George Will, a Washington Post columnist, is a conservative. But that is not in conflict with his belief that terminally ill people should be able to end their lives using prescription medications. Will made his position clear in two recent pieces published in The Plain Dealer
Consider U.S. Laws before Canada’s:
Our executive director, Lisa Vigil Schattinger read a piece in the Cleveland Plain Dealer last week and knew immediately that she needed to respond. Her Letter to the Editor was published on Cleveland.com and in the digital/print edition on November 27, 2021.
We would like to thank David Goodman and Vikki Miller for making their voices heard this week in Ohio’s newspapers. Read their contributions here and consider sending one of your own. Now is a great time to make your voice heard. With the recent signing of the New Mexico law, the issue is in the news.
Cleveland.com posted a letter to the editor today submitted by our founder Lisa Vigil Schattinger. Show your support today by commenting on the article directly at Cleveland.com. Also today, Maine’s Death with Dignity law went into effect. This is a great chance to contact your legislators to let them know that Ohioans also want this […]