The short answer is YES. And so is the long answer from a so-called prolife State Senator:
“The bill, sponsored by Sen. Peggy Lehner, R-Kettering, would create the Medical Order for Life-Sustaining Treatment (MOLST), … 310 more words
As we wade deeper into the turbulent waters of physician-assisted death, the issue of any religion imposing its values on Canada becomes more contentious.
Personally, I agonize over this. 647 more words
The prime minister’s first six months have been a whirlwind of activity. There will be no let-up in the next year. We should hope that the opposition parties – both leaderless and occasionally listless – can find a way to hold the government to greater account. 639 more words
I am taking a break from my novel set on the Camino. The ms was never intended to be autobiographical though it drew on my experiences and encounters walking across France on the Via Podiensis and across Spain on the Camino and drew on a personal interest in dying with dignity and assisted suicide. 197 more words