"After eight years as one of Washington States's most popular governors, Booth Gardner stepped down in 1993 to embark on an new chapter of his life. A year later he was diagnosed with Parkinson's desease. In 2008, Gardner found himself in the political spotlight once again--as the driving force bethind Initiative 1000, a controversial bill allowing terminally inn people to decide for themselves when to die."--Container.
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