Dark Anniversary: The State of Assisted Suicide 25 Years after Measure 16

"To open the door to more suicide in a culture that is now roiled by an acute suicide crisis — about 45,000 Americans kill themselves annually, up from about 30,000 in 1999 — seems a bizarre event to cheer. But nihilism strikes a beat." - National Review

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Reading through the article, I first wondered whether my big fear--that heirs would be allowed to decide when they'd get their inheritance--would show up.  Sure enough, it did.  But if I make a Pareto of the causes here, it seems that "doctors covering up their mistakes and getting rid of people they don't want to care for" is at least as big or bigger.  

Odd to think that any minor felony conviction will get you the bum's rush from any medical career (and rightly so), but some doctors are wanting to commit murder 1.  I hope I can avoid them, or better yet, put them in jail. 

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.