Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Oregon Breaks Assisted Suicide Record

If you build a pro-death law, they will come . . .
Oregon breaks its assisted suicide record
The state of Oregon set another record last year for physician-assisted suicides, and critics continue to decry the practice and the annual report.
Seventy-one people died by means of assisted suicide in 2011, the Oregon Public Health Division reported March 6. A total of 114 people received prescriptions for lethal drug doses during the year. Those figures surpassed the previous highs in the state: 65 deaths and 97 prescriptions, both in 2010. more 

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