Now even family-assisted suicide?

By Nancy Valko Her obituary stated that Tessa was 55 years old and the divorced mother of two adult children when she died on May 14, 2002, in San Francisco, California, after a nearly four-year fight with breast cancer. She had been a real estate agent and later worked as controller in her son’s company. …

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I depend on life-support to stay alive. Why I oppose assisted suicide laws.

By Diane Coleman President and CEO of the Disability Rights Group Not Dead Yet Editor’s note. This article was published by NJ.com on October 26, 2018 and reposted at Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. I have an advanced neuromuscular condition and must use breathing support with a mask 18 hours a day. As a severely disabled person …

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Scot Bill Creates “Suicide Facilitator” Profession

By Wesley J. Smith This is completely nuts! The new assisted suicide legalization bill in Scotland is so wild that it would create the new profession of ”licensed suicide facilitator!” From the SP Bill 40: Licensing of facilitators (1) The Scottish Ministers may, by order, appoint— (a) a person or a body, association or group …

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