Author: Mike Froncek

Assisted Suicide Loses Momentum in 2017

06 Oct Assisted Suicide Loses Momentum in 2017

[caption id="attachment_459" align="aligncenter" width="646"] Assisted Suicide Loses Momentum in 2017[/caption]   Alaska: HB 54 - held in committee without action; Arizona: HB 2336 – died in committee; Connecticut: H.B. No. 6024, HB 6238 – died in committee; Delaware: HB 160 – passed in committee, not scheduled for...

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Euthanasia for Alzheimer's Patients? By Wesley J. Smith

29 Sep Euthanasia for Alzheimer’s Patients?

By Wesley J. Smith The medically vulnerable have rarely been in greater jeopardy. Alzheimer’s disease patients are at particular risk. In a recent poll from Quebec—where lethal-injection euthanasia is legal—a chilling 72 percent of caregivers favor permitting Alzheimer’s patients to be euthanized, even if the afflicted...

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24 Aug Dying of Despair

On November 4, 2014, ­­sixteen-year-old Cameron Lee, a popular, athletic, straight-A student at Henry M. Gunn High School in Palo Alto, California, leapt in front of a commuter train. His suicide note provided no clear reason for his act; there were no apparent signs of...

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25 Apr Mentally Ill Woman Euthanized in Canada

I did a radio interview yesterday warning that I expected Canada to, one day, allow euthanasia as a “treatment” for serious mental illness. Today, I find out it already happened. A court apparently allowed a mentally ill woman to be euthanized. by WESLEY J. SMITH April...

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