How should we then vote? Like it or not, MPs will be voting on Medical Assistance in Dying

There is an irony here, as one of the chief complaints of the bill is that that many physicians and institutions have asked that their conscience rights be protected should they choose not to provide medical assistance in dying.

PUBLISHED :Monday, May 2, 2016 12:00 AM

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