One of the most controversial ballot questions this year would give terminally ill patients the right to end their lives. Its proponents refer to it as “death with dignity” and say it would give people the chance to terminate their suffering in circumstances where medicine gives them no hope. Jim Carberry, whose wife decided to end her life last year near the end of a terrminal bout with cancer, argues fervently that this should be a human right.
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