Tasmania will become the third Australian state to legalise voluntary assisted dying.
- It is expected to take up to 18 months to implement the new laws
- It was the fourth time assisted dying laws have come before the Tasmanian Parliament since 2009
- Victoria and Western Australia have already made voluntary assisted dying legal
Legislation passed Tasmania’s parliament on Tuesday night, with a final vote in the Legislative Council accepting amendments from the Lower House.
Victoria and Western Australia…