Colorado's End-of-Life Options Act: Two years in

Although an overwhelming majority of voters backed the measure that would allow terminally ill patients to end their own lives with medication, some patients struggled to use the option as the state's medical providers only gradually came to grips with law. Statistics from the first two years show a significant rise in the numbers of those who have at least prepared for the option by obtaining a prescription, and sometimes the medication.

Source: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Data Design: Eric Lubbers, The Colorado Sun