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Terminally ill individuals, including Deb Robertson, advocate for the expansion of physician-assisted death as more states consider legalizing it.

The article highlights the personal and legislative aspects of physician-assisted death through the story of Deb Robertson and others. With ten states allowing and over a dozen states debating the legalization, the issue reflects a significant public and moral debate involving patients' rights, ethical considerations, and the varying legal landscapes across the U.S.