Right to Die Goes to Lawmakers

In Massachusetts, Attorney General Maura Healey wants lawmakers, not the courts, to decide the right-to-die issue. Her opinion resulted from the following situation: A retired physician , Dr. Roger Kligler, a cancer patient himself, has filed a lawsuit against the Attorney General to have the option of attaining lethal drugs to hasten his death and those of his own suffering patients, if the need occurs. Massachusetts residents are advised to contact their legislators in opposition of this bill, Doctor Prescribed Suicide, which is pending.