Oregon Drops Another Protection for Patients


Oregon Drops Another Protection for Patients

Bradley Mattes   |   April 29, 2022

Oregon legalized physician assisted suicide, and since then so-called protections to limit abuse have been gradually dropped.  The latest protection to be discarded is the requirement patients be residents of Oregon.  The pro-euthanasia group Compassion and Choices, along with a so-called doctor to help people die by suicide challenged that part of the law.  The Oregon Health Authority was quick to settle the case by eliminating the residency requirement.  However, they refused to comment on why.  People in Washington who want to die by suicide were having difficulty finding a cooperative hospital because they’re religiously affiliated.  So now patients can come across the border making Oregon a one-way tourist attraction in death.  People can now come from any state to be killed.

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