ATLANTA — Georgia’s Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that a law banning advertising for assisted-suicide services is unconstitutional. The law that was struck down Feb. 6 was enacted in 1994 in reaction to Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s assisted suicides of the 1990s. The statute that the Georgia Supreme Court deemed unconstitutional reads: “Any person who publicly advertises, offers or holds himself…
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