An infographic look at the highlights of 2018 and 2019 in the death with dignity movement.
Many people join the death with dignity movement because they have a personal connection to the issue. Their personal stories inform their support of medical aid in dying and inspire us to continue working toward the day when all terminally ill Americans have the right to decide how they die.
The 2019 legislative session will go down in history as the most successful the death with dignity movement has seen to date. Read the recap of this year's legislative developments and a look forward to the year ahead.
Advocates, physicians, social workers, faith leaders, patients with terminal illness, and their loved ones packed the Gardner Auditorium at the Massachusetts State House on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 for the Legislature's Joint Committee on Public Health hearing on the End of Life Options Act.
Supporters of death with dignity filled the hallways and offices at the New York State Capitol to urge legislators to support the Medical Aid in Dying Act.
Highlights from the hearing of Maine State Legislature's Committee on Health and Human Services LD 1313, the Maine Death with Dignity Act.
This is our executive director Peg Sandeen’s testimony to the Maine Committee on Health and Human Services in support of LD 1313, Maine Death with Dignity Act. * Video Recording of the Testimony * short…
On April 8 at the Maine State House in Augusta, state lawmakers held a press conference stating their support for LD 1313, the Maine Death with Dignity Act, which will receive a public hearing in the Committee on Health and Human Services April 10.
Testimony by our Executive Director, Peg Sandeen, at the February 25, 2019 hearing to the Nevada State Senate Health and Human Services Committee in support of SB 165, an assisted dying bill.
In collaboration with Compassion & Choices, on June 11 we sent an open letter to New York state legislators. The letter is part of our joint advocacy effort in the New York Coalition for Medical Aid in Dying.