Month: January 2016

Denver Post Guest Commentary: Legalizing assisted suicide in Colorado would threaten disabled

By Carrie Ann Lucas I am a disabled woman, a mother, an attorney and a business owner. I am a parent to four children with disabilities, two of whom are dependent on medical technology to live. I represent two organizations that exist to protect the rights and lives of disabled persons: Not Dead Yet and …

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Assisted Suicide Bill Dies in New Jersey Senate

Assisted Suicide Bill Dies in New Jersey Senate An important victory that bolsters opposition nationwide Trenton, NJ – “The New Jersey Alliance Against Doctor-Prescribed Suicide applauds the New Jersey Senate for recognizing the dangers to older people and those with disabilities and allowing S 382, legislation to legalize assisted suicide, to die without a vote …

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Assisted Suicide? Why this former Marine is fighting to live instead

By Bill Spadea, January 6, 2016  Former Marine JJ Hanson who is currently battling terminal brain cancer is an advocate against the Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act. JJ joined me on air to tell his story and discuss why he is such an advocate against bill S382A . “I was told I only had 4 months …

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