Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Connecticut Slaps Down Pro-Deathers

Good for Connecticut, but there’s no time to celebrate. If we know anything at all about the pro-deathers, it’s that they’re manically persistent and will try again to foist their death wish on the rest of us very soon.
Connecticut Trial Court Rejects Attempt to Overturn Ban on Assisted Suicide
Hartford, CT (LifeNews.com) -- A Connecticut trial court judge rejected a lawsuit by euthanasia advocates seeking to overturn the Connecticut ban on assisted suicide. had the lawsuit been successful, it could have made the New England state the fourth after Oregon, Washington, and Montana to allow assisted suicides.
Gary Blick and Ronald Levine, two Fairfield County doctors, brought the lawsuit with the support of the pro-euthanasia group Compassion & Choices and state attorneys hoped Judge Julia Aurigemma would dismiss it.
Judge Aurigemma did just that -- and dismissed the petition, although the backers of the lawsuit are expected to file an appeal. more

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