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There is no ‘healthcare’ involved in physician-assisted suicide

Even in our modern age of miraculous scientific advancements, some medical professionals are working to drag us back to the dark ages. In a recent collaborative opinion article, Doctors Josh Bloom and Henry Miller used the horrors of Alzheimer’s disease as the case in point why we should liberalize even more the regulation of physician-assisted …

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Senator Sweeney’s Shady Maneuver to Advance Assisted Suicide in NJ

Assisted suicide opponents are accusing Democrats in New Jersey of manipulating the legislative process to pass the controversial bill. On Thursday, the Senate Committee on Health, Human Services, and Seniors voted 6-3 to advance legislation that would allow doctors to prescribe lethal medication to patients diagnosed with terminal illnesses. The result came after New Jersey …

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Shameful Abuse of Power by Senate President Sweeney to Pass Assisted Suicide Legislation Through Committee

“New Jersey doctors would be legally permitted to write prescriptions to enable terminally ill patients to end their lives under legislation that advanced Thursday after a dramatic hearing in Trenton. The “Aid in Dying” bill cleared the state Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee in a 6-3 vote following 90 minutes of often …

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NJ clears 1st hurdle to make assisted suicide legal; opposition calls hearing a ‘charade’

New Jersey’s legislators cleared the latest hurdle in a bid to legalize assisted suicide, reports say. NJ.com reported Thursday that the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee voted 6-3 in favor of the Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act, which would allow adult residents to obtain a prescription for life-ending drugs …

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Here’s why a person with disabilities doesn’t want N.J. to have a law that allows people to kill themselves

  Though individuals with disabilities are not usually terminally ill, the terminally ill are almost always disabled or will become so as their condition progresses. For this reason and others, the point of view of someone who has severe disabilities may offer meaningful insight into this complicated matter. As founder and president of The Climb …

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Why world-class end-of-life care should be our priority… not the slippery slope towards euthanasia

The Netherlands was the first to cross this particular Rubicon. It legalised euthanasia in 2002 for people who doctors judged to be experiencing unbearable suffering. Children as young as 12 are entitled to have their request to be killed considered. Parental consent is required up to 15, but parents have no veto once their child …

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