Air Quality Alert issued June 17 at 4:53PM EDT by NWS

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Veterans in government-run homes in many parts of the country that have legalized physician-assisted death, including Colorado, Vermont and Washington, D.C., are finding restrictions because assisted suicide goes against the policy of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

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