Oregon policy reflects death tourism

By Oregon Right to Life,

It’s worse than we thought, advocate. At first, they were trying to repeal the residency requirement of the so-called “Death with Dignity” Act. Now nearly every other supposed safeguard is on the chopping block.

Supporters of euthanasia in the Oregon Senate introduced SB 891, which will

  • Reduce the 15-day waiting period to just 48 hours,
  • require a medical “evaluation” instead of a full examination,
  • allow physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners to make a determination of eligibility,
  • and potentially more.

In addition to removing the residency requirement, these changes will make it even easier to move people through the physician-assisted suicide assembly line.


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