It’s not the first time. 

Wisconsin lawmakers have introduced legislation that gives terminally ill patients the option to have doctors help them end their lives. The first time this was tried in The Badger State was 1993.

The so-called End-of-Life Options Act (LRB 1624-1) would allow “mentally capable, terminally ill adults with less than six months” to live the ability to end their own lives.

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This bill is an example of the tenacity of those pushing a liberal agenda. It’s also a reminder of what kind of legislation would become law if the liberals were in the majority in our state legislature. Assisted suicide is wrong. It’s not compassionate. When physicians are involved, it’s a breach of their ethical code. It sends a message that some lives are not worth living. It’s a slippery slope with full-fledged euthanasia at the bottom.

Video: Do No Harm: The Peril of Physician-Assisted Suicide provides valuable information on why physician-assisted suicide isn’t just bad policy, but bad for humanity. Congressman Brad Wenstrup’s (R-OH) extensive medical background and personal experience with cancer in his own family gives him unique insight into why this policy is detrimental to society by way of its devaluing of human life. Click HERE to watch.

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