Fiona Patten learns the art of the possible in euthanasia lawmaking

Fiona Patten declares herself gratified to have played a significant role in Victoria's path towards becoming the first Australian state to allow euthanasia, even though the proposed legislation falls far short of her original permissive ambitions.

She believes that should Victoria support the legislation tabled this week, all the other states and territories will follow soon enough, and as they do, their laws will be increasingly progressive, leaving Victoria with the nation's most conservative euthanasia legislation.

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