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Rita Marker, head of the International Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, has an important piece out in the American Thinker revealing the assisted suicide advocates behind the notorious section 1233 end-of-life counseling provision of HB 3200.  And, she reveals that a senate bill would make end of life counseling mandatory for physicians—if they want to get paid by Medicare or Medicaid, that is.

Verrry, interesting.  More details at Secondhand Smoke .

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