Colorado didn’t take my advice. On Tuesday, voters there approved doctor-assisted suicide by a 2-to-1 margin—65% to 35%. Ouch. This is looking like the next social march that may not be stoppable legislatively. That doesn’t mean people who agree with me on this matter shouldn’t try, but it does seem to mean that we need to prepare for quiet resistance: really caring for dying people,… // Read More »
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