The Terminally Ill Man Campaigning for the Right to Die in New Zealand

This weekend voters in New Zealand get to decide whether voluntary euthanasia should be legalized if strict conditions are met. Assisted dying is legal in nine U.S. nine states, but New Zealand is the first country to put whether a person should have the right to die to a public vote. VICE News has spent time with one terminally ill man in New Zealand, whose dying wish is for his right to die.

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