Opponents Continue To Speak Out In Criticism Of Aid-In-Dying Law
"There is a deadly mix between our broken, profit-incentive health care system, and assisted suicide, which will become the cheapest treatment," says Marilyn Golden, a senior policy analyst with the Berkeley-based Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund.
San Bernardino County Sun:
Death Option Still Debated, Despite Right-To-Die Law's Passing
Fairchild isn’t sure when he will die. But he’s mostly sure how he will die: With the love of his life beside him. His favorite music playing on the stereo. And cancer in his bones. “It will be a little Jimmy Buffett and it will be us two,” Fairchild said, looking from his kitchen table in Burbank, to his wife, Ginger Fairchild, who sat on a nearby sofa. (Dulaney, 3/17)