An article appearing yesterday in the NY Times does a decent job of summarizing the controversy and significance of the pending Montana Supreme Court case regarding aid-in-dying / treatment to end life. Interested groups have filed no less than 20 amicus curiae briefs on both sides of the issue. The article discusses Montana’s unique constitution and the heightened individual privacy and dignity protections that Montanan’s enjoy.
UPDATE: Oral arguments were held in this case yesterday. Read the Billings Gazette article here.