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The Disabled Children's Village - A guide for community health workers,
rehabilitation workers, and families
By David Werner

Now that the CA Suicide law has been finalized by Governor Brown after little publicity, there is now much publicity.  Well - here is what the founder of the movement had to say about it all:  

Derek Humphry,  cofounder of the Hemlock Society, now renamed Compassion and Choices,  claimed "that money is the "unspoken argument" in favor of legalizing assisted suicide. Specifically, in his" book "Freedom to Die, co-authored with Mary Clement, the authors write that "the hastened demise of people with only a short time to left would free resources for others," an amount they predict could run into the "hundreds of billions of dollars." Moreover, the authors claim that "economic necessity" is the ultimate force driving the assisted-suicide movement, to the point that it "is the main answer to the question [about legalizing PAS], 'Why Now?'""

"Logic is certainly on their side. With the advent of managed care, profits in health care increasingly come from cutting costs. With assisted suicides costing such little money, what "treatment" could be more cost effective than assisted suicide? And since it is a well-known human failing that our values often follow our pocketbooks, ignoring the significant financial stakes involved in the assisted-suicide debate is to overlook a crucial part of the story." by Wesley Smith of The Discovery Institute. - Doctors of Death:

Scholl Institute of Bioethics

Los Angeles Times Database of
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in Covered California aka Obama Care.

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