Assisted Suicide Makes a Dismal Debut in Hawaii

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

Forcing the culture of death onto the general population remains an unpopular choice for politicians. In the same week that Ireland’s new law legalizing abortion got off to a rough start, the state of Hawaii discovered the same problem when it tried to kick off its new assisted suicide law – there just aren’t enough doctors interested in ending lives.

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