■ Humane option to alleviate suffering at the end of life.
■ In Oregon and Washington, patients infrequently choose to use end-of-life drugs.
■ Fragile patients could be coerced to end their lives.
■ Compromises the role of physicians and their commitment to preserving life.
■ Can relieve painful symptoms for patients with chronic conditions.
■ Restricted to those with doctor’s permission.
■ Could increase access to drugs for general public.
■ Unnecessary, since small amounts of marijuana are already decriminalized.
RIGHT TO REPAIR
■ Levels playing field for independent auto body shops.
■ Would give consumers more options for car repair.
■ Could force redesign of vehicles to fit new rules.
■ Independent shops can already purchase the same equipment as dealerships.