The Catholic Bishops of Connecticut, along with members of the health care and disability communities strongly oppose this legislation for various reasons. These groups believe that the right of individual choice is far overshadowed by the potential negative impact of this legislation.
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Politicians do not want to here about the "slippery slope" this will cause in medical care. There are currently legislative and court actions to open the opportunity to Physician-Assisted suicide for non-terminal illnesses and remove some of the safeguards. They have been successful in some states. In Canada, people with mental illness can now utilize this practice. Europe is even worse.n kn
The legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide has created the need to doctor shop in the states where it has been legalized. Most doctors do not participate in the program. Medical personnel are almost never present when the patient self-administers the deadly medication.
This is not just a religious issue. Many in the medical and disability communities oppose Physician-Assisted Suicide. Learn the facts at ctstopsuicide.org