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If You Were A Massachusetts Voter, How Would You Vote On The "right To Die"?

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If You Were A Massachusetts Voter, How Would You Vote On The "right To Die"?

Postby Emmott » Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:30 am

BOSTON (AP) ? Leaders on opposite sides of Massachusetts? right to die debate are fighting for the same reason: Both have watched loved ones receive fatal diagnoses.

Dr. Marcia Angell supports the initiative. Her father shot himself to death rather than die from metastatic prostate cancer in 1988. She believes he would?ve lived longer and not turned to a pistol had assisted suicide been available.

Rosanne Bacon Meade?s sister-in-law is still fighting cancer, 18 months after doctors gave her three months to live. She opposes the measure, saying diagnoses are often wrong.

http://boston.cbslocal.com/2012/10/20/voters-weigh-right-to-die-ballot-question-in-mass/

Should people have the right to die in an assisted suicide?
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If You Were A Massachusetts Voter, How Would You Vote On The "right To Die"?

Postby Hakim » Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:34 am

I Got 2 words to say to u
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If You Were A Massachusetts Voter, How Would You Vote On The "right To Die"?

Postby Quesnel » Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:49 am

I'm voting for it.
Should be an interesting election, we also have a medical marijuana initiative on the ballot.
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