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Phone: 202-223-8073
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2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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New Jersey Legalizes Physician-Assisted Suicide, New York Could Follow

The 2019 legislative session has been a busy time for physician-assisted suicide activists and their adversaries. In the first three and a half months of 2019 alone, 20 states introduced legislation to legalize or expand physician-assisted suicide. Of those states, 11 defeated legislation and one, New Jersey, legalized assisted suicide. Nine states still have active legislation.

Hannah Howard
May 13, 2019
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Connecticut State Medical Society’s “Engaged Neutrality” on Physician-Assisted Suicide Concerns Physicians

The Public Health Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly may soon vote on HB 5898, a bill to legalize physician-assisted suicide. This past February, the Connecticut State Medical Society (CSMS) abandoned its long-held stance of opposition to physician-assisted suicide for a position they term “engaged neutrality.”

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Updates on 2019 Physician-Assisted Suicide Legislation

Each of these pieces of legislation not only severely lacks safeguards to protect vulnerable patients but exchanges the opportunity for true compassion with the rot of abetting a vulnerable person in ending his or her life through suicide.

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Physician-Assisted Suicide: The Path to Active Euthanasia

The founding intentions of the PAS movement, the grim practical realities of suicide by oral overdose, the legal principles at stake, and the state of public opinion all argue that the move from PAS to euthanasia, once the former is more widely accepted, would be not only a “slippery slope” but a virtual free fall.

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Schindler: Euthanasia supporters tout autonomy of violence

Attacks on autonomy and human dignity appear to be intensifying. Autonomy, of course, refers to our ability to act as independent human beings, with an innate and inviolable human dignity inherent to each of us...

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Q&A with the Scholars: Treatment of Medically Vulnerable Patients

Bobby Schindler is president of the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network and associate scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Bobby advocates for the medically vulnerable in honor of Terri Schiavo, his sister...

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U.K. Court Rules Against Participating in Assisted Suicide Case

Assisted suicide is currently illegal in the UK under section 2 of the Suicide Act 1961, which strictly prohibits committing acts that are “capable of” or “intended” to “encourage” or “assist” a suicide.

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“Unresponsive Wakefulness,” Explained Simply

It’s a simple reality that many patients who are not actively dying are nonetheless described as facing “end of life” issues, often simply due to physical or cognitive disabilities.

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