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Prop 106 would allow Colorado doctors to write a suicide prescription for a consenting person who has been diagnosed with a terminal illness with six months or less to live. But as 9 NEWS in Denver points out, the measure “requires the patient to self-administer the drug to end their own life.”

That’s why it’s called Assisted Suicide. A doctor is required to write the prescription. but then patients are on their own. No doctor or trained professional to prepare or administer the deadly medicine. And none required to be there when the patient passes.

That’s just one of many major flaws in Prop 106.

The fact is, this measure is so flawed it is best evaluated by considering the critical details left out, not the handful that are included.

That’s why more and more Coloradans are increasingly skeptical about Prop 106 and more likely to vote No on this fatally flawed measure: 






Palliative Care & The Smith Family

See how Jane Smith and her family responded to the same terrible illness Brittany Maynard faced. May God bless both of their families.

Compassion and Choice DENIED

“I got a letter saying they were going to deny coverage for my chemotherapy… when I asked about [suicide] pills, they said ‘yes, it will only cost you $1.29.”

6 months to live... 15 years ago?

A cancer diagnosis lead her to request physician-assisted suicide, but another Doctor and HOPE helped her live.

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