Archive for the ‘Conscience Rights’ Category

A Court Victory for Opponents of Assisted Suicide? For Patients, Not So Much

On May 23, 2017, a US Appellate Court upheld a Consent Agreement between the state and medical professionals to protect conscience rights of professionals who oppose assisted suicide. This is a real victory and perhaps the best that could have been achieved. True Dignity cannot say that it was the victory patients in Vermont and […]

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Forced Participation: Assisted Suicide Promoted in Swiss Nursing Homes and US Nurses Forced to Facilitate

Below is an excellent article by Wesley J. Smith detailing how Swiss Nursing homes are now advertising assisted suicide to patients, without conscience objection. Forced participation in assisted suicide, in violation of conscience, is already happening to some degree in the United States. Nancy Valko, RN, explains how nurses are already being forced to facilitate […]

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