With a court battle over Canada’s laws against euthanasia and assisted suicide proceeding just north of the border, a lawyer in Washington State has proposed that his state expand their Death with Dignity Act. Currently Washington’s law allows doctors to prescribe lethal medication upon request to a competent, terminally ill patient, but Olympia attorney Brian Faller wants it to include people who are not terminally ill, and those not mentally or physically able to request life-ending medication.
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Testimony of Bobby Schindler PresidentTerri Schiavo Life & Hope NetworkHealth & Human Services Committee April 7, 2021 – Senate Chamber – Public Hearing In Support…
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Testimony in opposition to this bill given by Julie Grimstad, Patient AdvocatePresident of the Board of the Healthcare Advocacy and Leadership Organization (HALO) My name…