Supporters of aid in dying legislation delivered more than 7,500 signatures to the Governor's office today. Members of Compassion and Choices New York were joined by physicians, patients and advocates at the Capitol this afternoon. The measure would give mentally capable, terminally ill adults with a prognosis of six months or less the option of dying on their own terms by taking medication. Supporters say the option would help people who are suffering die with dignity. Corinne Carey from Compassion and Choices, disability rights advocate Gene Hughes, and Doctor David Pratt discuss.
Compassion and Care delivers more than 7,500 signatures to Governor
PUBLISHED October 5, 2017 @3:55 PM