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April 23, 2018
"Particularly in communities of color, as well as in communities of low social economic standing, there is no relationship between the primary care physician. Usually there is an absence of a primary care physician. Many of these individual go to urgent care centers or emergency rooms and that's really the only relationship they have to a medical facility or institution or personnel," said Assemblymember Walter Mosley during a discussion with Omega Silva, Professor Emeritus at George Washington University,  at a public hearing to examine the practice of medical aid in dying, as well as potential legislation to authorize this practice. (A.2383) PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE


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