New Jersey Aid in Dying law marks one year on the books

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It’s been one year since a law went into effect in New Jersey allowing terminally ill people in the state the ability to take their own life with the help of a physician. The state Health Department issued statistics showing that in its first five months, a dozen patients aged 50 to 93 made use of the law. All but two chose to pass in their own home. KYW Newsradio's South Jersey bureau chief David Madden reports.