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The Real Story – Assisted Suicide

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Assisted Suicide is legal now in five states, including Oregon , where, just three weeks ago  29-year-old Brittany Maynard decided to end her own life, by taking medication prescribed by a doctor.

She was terminally ill.  That not legal, here in Connecticut.  Once again, this year such a measure failed to get beyond the Public Health Committee.  Jenn and Al present both sides of the issue here locally, with a discussion including Peter Wolfgang , the Executive Director of  The Family Institute of Connecticut and Tim Appleton, from Compassion and Choices.

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