Diane and her guests talk about the Department of Justice’s challenge to Oregon’s 11-year-old assisted suicide law.

Guests

  • Walter Weber Senior litigation counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice
  • Nico van Aelstyn Litigation counsel for patient respondents in Gonzales v. Oregon
  • Jack Newbold Cancer patient diagnosed as terminally ill
  • Diane Coleman Founder of Not Dead Yet, a national disability rights organization opposing legalization of assisted suicide

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