People Magazine: Dan Diaz“Before her death, Diaz told his wife that he would continue working to get the law passed in more states. When Brittany died, it was available in Washington, Oregon, Vermont, and Montana. Five years later it’s available in nine states — including California, Colorado, Hawaii, Montana, Maine, New Jersey, Oregon, and Vermont — plus Washington D.C.

“I promised Brittany that I would help work on this legislation in other states so that nobody would ever have to leave their home, like we did, after being told you have six months to live,” he says. “I still continue to get meetings with elected officials because of their recollection of her. It is absolutely her story that makes an impact, and continues to resonate.”” more at link: Brittany Maynard’s Husband 5 Years After She Ended Her Life Amid Cancer: ‘I’m Immensely Proud’