Mary Klein, 68, left, with her wife, Stella Dawson, 62, at their home in Washington, D.C. Klein has advanced ovarian cancer and supports a bill to legalize medical aid in dying in Washington.
Mary Klein, 68, left, with her wife, Stella Dawson, 62, at their home in Washington, D.C. Klein has advanced ovarian cancer and supports a bill to legalize medical aid in dying in Washington. Francis Ying TNS
Mary Klein, 68, left, with her wife, Stella Dawson, 62, at their home in Washington, D.C. Klein has advanced ovarian cancer and supports a bill to legalize medical aid in dying in Washington. Francis Ying TNS

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