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The nonprofit group which runs Oregon’s right-to-die law, ELCOR, experienced growth across all services in 2022. Nearly 1,700 phone and email requests for information and services were received, a 31% increase from 2021.

Because the residency requirement was discontinued in May 2022, EOLCOR’s out-of-state requests increased by 545%, from 33 to 213.

Oregon was the first of America’s ten states to pass medical assisted dying law in 1998.

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