physician assisted suicide
Question 2 on the Massachusetts ballot is called “Death With Dignity.” Here are arguments on either side.
Question Two would allow a terminally ill patient to request medication from a doctor to end his or her life.
Voters will weigh in Nov. 6 on a ballot question to make Massachusetts the third state, after Oregon and Washington, to legalize physician-assisted suicide for people with terminal illnesses.
Money from across the country is pouring into Massachusetts aimed at influencing the controversial so-called ‘right to die’ ballot question.