Advocates for Assisted Dying Deflated by Massachusetts Defeat

More than 1.5 million Massachusetts voters said "no" to a ballot measure last week that would have allowed doctor-assisted suicide for the terminally ill, clinching a 51 percent majority. Jim Carberry might have been one of them, had he not watched his cancer-stricken wife starve herself to death. Margie Carberry had four surgeries and 44 doses of radiation for a rare spinal tumor before doctors said "there was nothing more they could do." "By that point, she was just existing," said Jim...Full Story
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