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(MPRN-Lansing) A new bill would make physician-assisted suicide legal in Michigan The bill is modeled after Oregon’s law, and requires two doctors to agree that the patient will likely die within six months. 

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(MPRN-Lansing) A legal challenge has been filed against a state rule that requires counseling for parents who have a religious objection to vaccinating their children. 

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(MPRN-Lansing) Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says it will be up to Governor Rick Snyder to hire his own lawyer if the administration pursues an appeal of a court decision. 

"Marshall's Oaklawn Hospital and Borgess Health of Kalamazoo have formed a partnership designed to increase access to services in Oaklawn's service area, the two health care providers announced Tuesday." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

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Kalamazoo doctor Ken Fisher says he wrote a new book about the history of health care, in part, because he wants to show how difficult it is to change ideas. 


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