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Hoping For Maine To Permit Physician-Assisted Suicide

BAR HARBOR, ME - NOVEMBER 1: John Speh is dying of stomach cancer, and is hoping that Question 1 passes in Maine on Tuesday. The ballot question will allow Maine to become the second state, after Oregon, to permit physician-assisted suicide. Speh does not currently want to commit suicide, but would like the option if needed. (Photo by Tom Herde/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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BAR HARBOR, ME - NOVEMBER 1: John Speh is dying of stomach cancer, and is hoping that Question 1 passes in Maine on Tuesday. The ballot question will allow Maine to become the second state, after Oregon, to permit physician-assisted suicide. Speh does not currently want to commit suicide, but would like the option if needed. (Photo by Tom Herde/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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March 01, 2012
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John Speh is dying of stomach cancer and is hoping that Question 1... News Photo 166232917Abdomen,Asking,Bar Harbor,Cancer,Horizontal,Maine,Passes,Politics,USAPhotographer Collection: Boston Globe 2013 - The Boston GlobeBAR HARBOR, ME - NOVEMBER 1: John Speh is dying of stomach cancer, and is hoping that Question 1 passes in Maine on Tuesday. The ballot question will allow Maine to become the second state, after Oregon, to permit physician-assisted suicide. Speh does not currently want to commit suicide, but would like the option if needed. (Photo by Tom Herde/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)