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Don Wentzel (L) of Lockville, MD and Fran Porter of Bethesda, MD gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, October 5, 2005, supporting physician-assisted suicide on the day of the Gonzales v. Oregon case. The Supreme Court revisited the emotionally charged issue of physician-assisted suicide in a test of the federal government's power to block doctors from helping terminally ill patients end their lives. REUTERS/Staff
Don Wentzel (L) of Lockville, MD and Fran Porter of Bethesda, MD gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, October 5, 2005, supporting physician-assisted suicide on the day of the Gonzales v. Oregon case. The Supreme Court revisited the emotionally charged issue of physician-assisted suicide in a test of the federal government's power to block doctors from helping terminally ill patients end their lives. REUTERS/Staff
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