A bill designed to make it easier for people to have their wishes about the end of their lives respected awaits Gov. Jeb Bush’s signature.

The bill, passed last week in the final hours of the 1999 legislative session, is a compromise from what death-with-dignity advocates wanted but still goes a long way toward having a person’s wishes followed, said Sen. Ron Klein, D-Delray Beach, who sponsored the legislation.

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