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Judy Diane Fungaroli 
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Re: “Last Rights: A Putney Woman Becomes the Third Vermonter to End Her Life Using New Law

Some questions and thoughts that I would like to present.....Why would anyone want another to suffer and to prolong a painful death when he/she is terminal and the law gives him/her an option to die while still aware of surroundings and loved ones? Why does the choice to apply the law to choose to die with assistance
when death is imminent have any real application to someone who is disabled? There is a clear difference between being terminally ill and being disabled. And, perhaps obviously, why is it any one else's business or concern what another chooses to do in the face of death when the one facing imminent death is competent to make a decision and has a legal means of doing so on his/her own terms (in accordance with what the dying individual believes about death, dying, God, afterlife, ethics and related beliefs and preferences). How free are we????? J. D.

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Posted by Judy Diane Fungaroli on 01/29/2015 at 6:30 PM

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