Wednesday, September 23, 2009

New Hampshire Considers Death with Dignity.

A judiciary committee in New Hampshire has begun work on a bill that could legislatively legalize Death with Dignity in New Hampshire.

From Schoolhouse Rock we know that a bill, once written, has a long way to go before being adopted but a push for legalization in New Hampshire, a traditionally independent state, makes sense and should have a chance. New Hampshire would join Oregon, Washington, and Montana (should the Montana Supreme Court uphold the appeal case Baxter v. Montana).

The bill is sponsored by Charles Weed, a democratic representative from Keene. A vote will be made by the House next year.

1 Comments:

Blogger herbet said...

Assisted Living Chicago at the Holland Sentinel writes a brief and plain column today about why assisted suicide should be legal in Holland and matter-of-factly debunks the opposing arguments.

September 23, 2009 at 11:45 PM  

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