Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill passes the second reading vote in the NSW Upper House on Wednesday, May 11

Ruby Pascoe
By Ruby Pascoe
Updated May 12 2022 - 7:44am, first published 7:00am
Camden Haven resident Janet Cohen and member for Port Macquarie Leslie Williams. Photos: Supplied

Camden Haven resident Janet Cohen said she is "hopeful" the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill will be passed in NSW's Upper House after it progressed through the second reading stage on Wednesday (May 11) night.

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Ruby Pascoe

Ruby Pascoe

Senior Journalist

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