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Minnesota Suicide Bill

A.F. Branco Cartoon – Pushed by Rep. Mike Freiberg, the Minnesota state Democrat legislators advance radical assisted suicide bill.

Democrats in Minnesota House advance radical assisted suicide bill

Ten states and Washington, D.C. have legalized assisted suicide

Minnesota state legislators gathered at the State Capitol Thursday to hold a hearing on assisted suicide. The hearing centered on House File 1930, legislation which would legalize assisted suicide throughout Minnesota.

Democratic Rep. Mike Freiberg, the chief author of the bill, spoke at a press conference on the subject Thursday morning. With terminally-ill patients standing behind him, Rep. Freiberg referred to the practice as “medical aid in dying.”

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If passed into law, Rep. Freiberg’s legislation would allow anyone over the age of 18 who is diagnosed with a terminal illness prognosis of six months or less to end their life with physician-assisted suicide. The bill requires those seeking assisted suicide to be “mentally capable.” READ MORE…

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