Death With Dignity Upheld

American VoicesdeathSupreme Court ISSUE 42•03 Jan 23, 2006

The Supreme Court upheld Oregon's Death With Dignity Act, a law that enables Oregon doctors to help terminally ill patients die. What do you think?

  • “These liberal judges are making it way too easy for people to die of an incurable disease.”

    Patrick Gunn –
    Cartographer

  • “Can't Congress hold an emergency session to address this?”

    Barbara O'Toole –
    Antiques Dealer

  • “I'll only do it if my doctor is willing to uphold the strict terms of the murder-suicide pact.”

    Jack Turner –
    Systems Analyst