A Montana judge’s ruling that terminally ill, mentally competent residents have the right to seek assisted suicide has drawn 19 friend of the court filings as the case heads towards the state Supreme Court, the Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports today. The arguments range from those who say assisted suicide is a basic human right, to those who claim it will be used to save money by unscrupulous doctors and family members.

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