Fighting Assisted Suicide Coast to Coast:
The big picture in the states, federal, and judiciary
Friday, March 11th 2022
4:00pm to 5:30pm EST
The Patients’ Rights Action Fund and our allies fight the legalization of assisted suicide public policy, which is dangerous and discriminatory. You are invited to attend a webinar for a complete update on the fight against assisted suicide and euthanasia on all fronts.
State Update – Barbara Lyons, Coalitions Director of Patients’ Rights Action Fund
- Assisted Suicide Legalization Bills – States where introduced and provisions
- Assisted Suicide Expansion Bills – States where introduced and provisions
- How States are Stretching the Oregon Model
Federal Update – Matt Vallière, Executive Director of Patients’ Rights Action Fund
- Bi-partisan Congressional Resolution – How to get involved
- Federal Regulation – Provisions and action needed
Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Push in the Courts – Diane Coleman, CEO & President Not Dead Yet
- Overview of how proponents are trying to legalize and expand assisted suicide laws through litigation.
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