Should states be able to make their own laws about assisted suicide?
Asked at Borders, 700 N.H. on January 18, 2006
“Yes they should, just as each state should be able to make their own decisions about teaching intelligent design … . I think it gives people the freedom to move to another state to pursue that option.”
“It definitely should be up to the states to make their own laws. It shouldn’t be up to the federal government to decide. It should be up to the patient and their doctor.”
“If you go back and look at the Constitution, it actually does cover that. It says that yes, each state is able to make that decision.”
“If the person has a painful terminal illness, then they should be able to make their own laws about it.”