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Abortionist Who Lost License Manages Clinics

NJRTL’s comment: Marie Tasy, executive director for New Jersey Right to Life, said she “applauded the Attorney General for pursuing this case and hopes their case against Kaji and Brigham will prevail.” “This is just more of the usual legal semantic gymnastics and abuse of the law we have come to expect from Brigham and Kaji,” Tasy added. “The fact that Brigham is still in … Continue reading

Physician Assisted Suicide Bill (A2451) Reintroduced in the Assembly. Take Action

    We have learned that Assemblyman Burzichelli (D-3) has reintroduced the Physician Assisted Suicide Bill (2451).  The text of the new bill, A2451, is not yet available on-line, but we expect it to be the same or very similar as the previous legislation. Background on NJ Physician Assisted Legislation The previous bill (A2270/S382) passed the NJ Assembly by one vote on November 13,  2014, … Continue reading

Assisted Suicide bill dies in NJ Senate: An Important Victory That Bolsters Opposition Nationwide

    For Immediate Release January 12, 2016   Contact: Tim Rosales 929.244.3297 Assisted Suicide Bill Dies in New Jersey Senate An important victory that bolsters opposition nationwide Trenton, NJ – “The New Jersey Alliance Against Doctor-Prescribed Suicide applauds the New Jersey Senate for recognizing the dangers to older people and those with disabilities and allowing S 382, legislation to legalize assisted suicide, to die … Continue reading

Op-Ed by JJ. Hanson: I was given 4 months to live; assisted suicide isn’t the answer

I was given 4 months to live; assisted suicide isn’t the answer | Opinion By Star-Ledger Guest Columnist  on January 11, 2016 at 11:18 AM, updated January 11, 2016 at 5:10 PM By J.J. Hanson I am a 30-something Marine Corps veteran who was given four months to live 20 months ago — diagnosed with glioblastoma brain cancer. I fought for treatment that was so difficult … Continue reading

Being an Egg Donor Gave Me Terminal Cancer

New York Post By Jane Ridlely, December 3, 2015 Maggie Eastman donated her eggs 10 times between 2002 and 2012 — and believes it caused her Stage 4 cancer diagnosis. When news broke last week that two triplet-bearing surrogate mothers face legal battles with parents who want them to abort one of the fetuses, the spotlight returned to the pressing debate about whether to legalize … Continue reading

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2016
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