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Legislators who want to make medically assisted dying easier for persons with disabilities don’t know the lived realities of disability

Opinion|By Sarah Jama
It is okay to want to choose death. Autonomy is important. But the fear of disability driving this push for legislated access to death will harm the most marginalized members of the disability community.

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