Hawaii’s Senate supports assisted suicide bill

Hawaii’s Senate supports an assisted suicide bill.

This is despite Hawaiian Catholic Conference warnings it could put vulnerable people at risk. The Conference says it could also change the nature of medicine.

“Physicians are seen as trusted health advisors, and this bill undermines this relationship, creating suspicion and uncertainty for Hawaii’s patients,” said Deacon Walter Yoshimitsu, the Conference executive director. Read more

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