Toni Broaddus

Compassion & Choices

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California Campaign Director for Compassion & Choices, a nonprofit which advocates for greater access to assisted suicide

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Over the last decade supporters of right-to-die laws have proposed a series of bills, all of which were emphatically opposed by the powerful, statewide doctors association Now a  new…

Is California Ready for Assisted Death?

Over the last decade supporters of right-to-die laws have proposed a series of bills, all of which were emphatically opposed by the powerful, statewide doctors association Now a new…

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In California, assisted suicide is a felony crime.  So, when 29-year-old  Brittany Maynard  was diagnosed with terminal cancer, she moved to Oregon where it's legal.

Do Californians Have the Right to Die?

In California, assisted suicide is a felony crime.  So, when 29-year-old Brittany Maynard was diagnosed with terminal cancer, she moved to Oregon where it's legal.

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