Victories to Stop Euthanasia

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Victories to Stop Euthanasia

Bradley Mattes   |   September 03, 2015

More good news out of California. Superior Court Judge Gregory Pollack dismissed a lawsuit against California’s law prohibiting assisted suicide. Judge Pollack said, “You’re asking this court to make a new law. If a new law is made it should be by the legislature.” Not all judges know they shouldn’t legislate from the bench. The ruling was appealed and again San Francisco judge Ernest Goldsmith rejected the lawsuit for the exact same reason. Since Brittany Maynard made headlines committing suicide because she had a malignant brain tumor, 20 states have introduced legislation to legalize assisted suicide. All of them failed, thanks to many Latin American and disability rights groups and the outspoken Catholic Church. Let’s thank God for these victories, but we must remain vigilant.

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