(LifeNews.com) – Recently, there has been a flurry of American writers commenting on MAID, the acronym for medical assistance in dying (government sanctioned doctor assisted suicide) in Canada.
These articles are a reaction to Canadian lawmakers who are contemplating whether they should permit doctor assisted suicide for minors.
Here in the U.S., there are 10 states and Washington, DC that have doctor assisted suicide laws after Oregon became the first state to legalize it in 1994.
Having fought against anti-life enthusiasts for over 20 years, I sincerely thought assisted suicide proponents would have had more success by now. But because of a well-organized coalition of individuals and groups working together, including the disability community, much of this pro-death agenda has been prevented – at least for the time being. CONTINUE