Euthanasia debate continues in NSW Parliament | 7NEWS

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The euthanasia debate continues in NSW Parliament tonight. After it passed its first major hurdle, Lower House MPs voted to move ahead with the legislation.

A flood of amendments now need to be debated before the policy can move to the Upper House and potentially become law.

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