Month: March 2017
Incompatible: support for assisted suicide and disability rights
Alliance member Kathy Jo Ware, a nurse, disability rights activist, and mother of a young man with disabilities, wrote the following to Andrew Wig of the Sun Current in response to a recent and one-sided story on the push for legalized assisted suicide in Minnesota. Dear Andrew, I wanted to email you directly to respond to your
PRESS RELEASE: New bill, same flaws: this year’s assisted suicide legislation is as risky and dangerous as 2016’s failed version
SF 1572/HF1885 damages the patient-caregiver relationship, exposes the vulnerable to harm, and undermines efforts to improve the quality and accessibility of real healthcare in Minnesota. ST. PAUL – A new bill that aims to legalize assisted suicide in Minnesota is marred by many of the same unacceptable flaws that derailed a similar effort last year.