Majority in New Zealand oppose euthanasia

From Carolyn Moynihan at MercatorNet:

A New Zealand parliamentary committee has issued a report showing that 80 percent of people submitting their views about euthanasia opposed “assisted dying”. However, the committee has not made any recommendations about legislation since a private members bill has been introduced in parliament and is likely to be dealt with by a conscience vote. More.

Reality check: A good test will be whether they are allowed to maintain laws against killing patients or whether euthanasia will essentially be forced on them. Few countries have put away enough money to cover the pensions of aging Boomers. And that was a choice Boomers made.

See also: No operations for fat Brits, especially if they smoke

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