Ahead of hearing on CT assisted suicide bill, a few informative links

Connecticut legislators are scheduled to hold a public hearing in Hartford Monday, March 17, on HB 5326. The bill would legalize assisted suicide.

Among the groups that have already announced their opposition to the measure are Second Thoughts Connecticut, the Connecticut State Medical Society, the Family Institute of Connecticut, the Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities,

Here are links with information about HB 5326 and the people who are resisting it.

“Don’t Make Oregon’s Mistake,” by Dr, Kenneth Stevens of Oregon

Coverage by WTNH.com of press conference with coalition of assisted suicide opponents

“Aid-in-Dying Bill Neither Compassionate nor Wise” by Joan Cavanagh, Connecticut resident and activist

 

2 Comments

  1. Ellen Kolb

    Glad to do so, Nicole. I’ve seen some great effort in New England this year to keep assisted suicide at bay. The life-affirming community is growing!

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