Voluntary assisted dying laws are another step close to passing in Western Australia.
The state's upper house will on Thursday continue to examine a total of 184 clauses in the legislation after a marathon sitting on Wednesday night.
If all goes to plan, the Legislative Assembly could vote on the bill by Thursday night.
Under the proposed laws, terminally ill adults who are in pain and likely have less than six months to live - or one year if they have a neurodegenerative condition - will be able to take a drug to end their lives if approved by two medical practitioners.
Doctors and nurses will be the only healthcare workers allowed to raise voluntary assisted dying with patients.