Air Force veteran Ed Warren, 82, and his wife, Jac Warren, 81, pose for a photo on Feb. 23, 2018, photo while visiting San Diego to lawmakers. The couple is voicing opposition to a regulation that requires veterans in state homes to be discharged before they can use a new state law allowing physician-assisted deaths for the terminally ill. The couple lives at the nation’s largest retirement home in Yountville, California.
Air Force veteran Ed Warren, 82, and his wife, Jac Warren, 81, pose for a photo on Feb. 23, 2018, photo while visiting San Diego to lawmakers. The couple is voicing opposition to a regulation that requires veterans in state homes to be discharged before they can use a new state law allowing physician-assisted deaths for the terminally ill. The couple lives at the nation’s largest retirement home in Yountville, California. Julie Watson AP
Air Force veteran Ed Warren, 82, and his wife, Jac Warren, 81, pose for a photo on Feb. 23, 2018, photo while visiting San Diego to lawmakers. The couple is voicing opposition to a regulation that requires veterans in state homes to be discharged before they can use a new state law allowing physician-assisted deaths for the terminally ill. The couple lives at the nation’s largest retirement home in Yountville, California. Julie Watson AP

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