Daughter Hails Montana's Right-to-Die Ruling

Robert Baxter, an avid outdoorsman, couldn't hold on long enough to see the legal victory that he hoped would allow him and other terminally ill patients the right to die. The 76-year-old Montana truck driver -- an "every guy Joe" whose body had been ravaged for 12 years by cancer -- stopped chemotherapy in November 2008 and began to rapidly decline and lose weight. "He was so skinny he couldn't sit because his skin hurt," said his 47-year-old daughter, Roberta King of Missoula. "It pinched...Full Story
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