Opposed by:

- Doctors

- Nurses

- Disability and Patient

Rights Organizations.

No Provision

that

Family be Notified

Nothing to Protect Patients

When there are Pressures,

Whether Financial or Emotional

Wisconsin Coalition Against Assisted Suicide

 

Wisconsin Coalition Against Assisted Suicide is a coalition of disability rights, healthcare, civil rights, faith-based and patient advocacy organizations dedicated to preventing legalization of doctor-prescribed suicide in Wisconsin.

  • Murder by euthanasia: a warning from the Netherlands

    Murder by euthanasia: a warning from the Netherlands

      Once you create a situation at law where killing of another person is allowed in certain circumstances, not only will the circumstances in which such killing is endorsed or allowed change over time, but the boundaries, however originally drawn, will be entirely ineffective in......

  • Organ donation after medical assistance in dying or cessation of life-sustaining treatment requested by conscious patients: the Canadian context

    Organ donation after medical assistance in dying or cessation of life-sustaining treatment

    From the Journal of Medical Ethics ABSTRACT: In June 2016, following the decision of the Supreme Court of Canada to decriminalise assistance in dying, the Canadian government enacted Bill C-14, legalising medical assistance in dying (MAID). In 2014, the province of Quebec had passed end-of-life......

  • Suicide with a Helping Hand Worries Iowans on Both Sides of ‘Right to Die’

    Betsy Davis was too weak to kill herself. So when it came time to end her life under a new California law for the terminally ill, her caregivers propped her up and held the cup as she drank a fatal mix of prescription drugs. But......

  • Assisted Suicide for Mentally Ill

    A Right to Assisted Suicide for the Institutionalized Mentally Ill

    Assisted suicide proponents always promise that facilitated death will be offered solely and strictly to the mentally competent. But once a society accepts the premise of euthanasia—that it is acceptable to eliminate suffering by eliminating the sufferer—there is no way to restrict the putative “right......