In the week from September 28 to October 4, California awaited Governor Brown’s decision about the End of Life Option Act.
- “Dear Governor Brown: I Don’t Want to Die on Cancer’s Terms,” Huffington Post, 9/29/2015
- “California governor faces final call on right-to-die bill,” Deseret News, 10/1/2015
- “The terminally ill lobby Brown and his staff as governor faces tough decision,” Los Angeles Times, 10/2/2015
- “Judge rules against legalizing assisted suicide in Tennessee,” Tennesseean, 9/29/2015
- “Court dismisses John Jay Hooker’s death with dignity lawsuit,” WDTN, 9/30/2015
- “Does judge’s ruling provide death with dignity?” Tennessean, 10/2/2015
Elsewhere & Other Stories
- Minnesota: “‘Everybody dies’: how a decision in California could affect the right-to-die movement in Minnesota,” MinnPost, 9/30/2015
- “The Volokh Conspiracy Opinion: Assisted suicide and religious liberty,” Washington Post, 9/30/2015
- “But there’s a third group who believe this debate misses the real problem: that the American health care system is just an all around miserable place to die.” “Assisted Death Laws Won’t Make It Better to Die in the US,” Wired, 9/28/2015
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