09 Mar Kansas House Considers Resolution Against Assisted Suicide
Kansas legislators heard testimony against physician-assisted suicide Monday from a former state representative.
“This is a direction we don’t want to go,” said Steve Brunk, a Republican who represented a Wichita-area district for 12 years. “We value life, and we don’t want to take the step of looking down this corridor where we negate the value of life and we assist people in dying.”
It’s already a felony for physicians to help patients end their lives in Kansas.