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Assisted Suicide Legislation Fails in Minnesota

No support, no vote
May 24th, 2024

Proponents of physician-assisted suicide again failed in their attempt to make the Gopher State the 11th to authorize the practice. This is not the first time such legislation was introduced in Minnesota, but it is the furthest it has advanced. However, the proposal ultimately failed to clear all committees and did not receive a House vote.

Aging with Dignity strongly opposes PAS and its evil cousin, euthanasia.  It’s always easier to kill someone than to care for them.

Read more:  Twin Cities Pioneer Press


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