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A disturbing report released by the Los Angeles Times reveals that in the first six months of California’s controversial End of Life Option Act – or right to die law -- 111 terminally ill individuals ended their life using deadly prescription drugs lawfully prescribed by their doctors.
California is the latest of five states, Oregon being the first, to embrace assisted suicide.
Meanwhile, a hospital and court in England denied a request by parents to release critically ill 10-month-old Charlie Gard from an England hospital so that he may receive life-saving treatment in the U.S.
This morning on “Pat & Stu,” the guys mocked California’s right to die law saying that the state is headed down a slippery slope and that Charlie Gard's case is a sad example of socialized medicine.
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