Results for - New Jersey Court Ruling Allows Assisted Suicide To Go Ahead!
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New Jersey can move ahead with a new law allowing terminally ill patients to seek life-ending drugs, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday, overturning a lower court’s temporary hold on the law.
Judges Carmen Messano and Arnold Natali ruled Tuesday that a state Superior Court “abused its discretion” in blocking the law earlier this month. New Jersey’s Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act took effect Aug. 1. But Judge Paul Innes put a hold on the law Aug. 14
1. Are you aware about this issue?
2. Glassman, a medical doctor practicing in New Jersey had argued the law could compel him to violate his religious and professional morals. Do you think that a secular state should consider religious sentiments when deciding upon Euthanasia/Physician Assisted Suicide?
3. Imagine if there was someone chronically ill and the cost of sustaining his/her life is more than your monthly income, which of the following would you do?
Appeal for Assisted death
Take a loan from the bank