Many may be unaware of issues beyond the goal of ending suffering for people with life-limiting conditions.
What is euthanasia? Who would be eligible for it? Where do MPs stand? Newshub explains.
An answer to a referendum question about the End of Life Choice Act was printed in bold.
While he voted against abortion and euthanasia, he says he wouldn't seek to impose his beliefs on anyone else.
eventy-two percent of Māori say they will vote in support of the End of Life Choice Bill.
But even if the public votes yes, MPs may have the final say.
She only got there because a vindictive Winston Peters held a grudge against National, says Duncan Garner.
A draft law shows what you'll be able to buy and what punishments could be dished out.
"This is not an estimates hearing - it's an annual review so could we keep to the scope?"
NZ First MP Jenny Marcroft argues that's "absolutely not" the case.
At next year's election, the public will be asked.
They're annoyed it won't become law unless the public says so, despite getting Parliament's approval.
National MP Maggie Barry is promising to fight it through to referendum.
"If my time comes and I'm not doing well, I want choice."
Choice is right, writes Duncan Garner.
It'll be a yes or no, and the results will be binding.
"According to Newshub's polling, almost three-quarters of New Zealanders favour this choice."
It means New Zealand First will support it.
"Once we pass that law, there is no going back."
The National MP asked the submitter her views on euthanasia.
The National MP has been forced to apologise in Parliament.
David Seymour's End of Life Choice Bill is a step closer to becoming law.
The heated euthanasia debate has begun again in Parliament.
Michael Woodhouse says he doesn't understand the objection.
"She was absolutely ready."
A major amendment was made on Wednesday.
It's suggested that only those with six months to live would be able to access it.
Winston Peters wants a referendum on the law.
ACT leader David Seymour labelled it "insensitive and idiotic".
"I was perfectly fine with it... until it happened."