Senate Bill 25 and House Bill 1054 seek to legalize physician assisted suicide. Any law allowing assisted suicide would demean the lives of vulnerable patients and expose them to exploitation by those who feel they are better off dead. Such a policy would corrupt the medical profession, whose ethical code calls on physicians to serve life and never to kill. The voiceless or marginalized in our society – the poor, the frail elderly, and racial minorities would be the first to feel pressure to die.
The Colorado Catholic Conference OPPOSES SB 25 and HB 1054.
SB 25 will be heard in the Senate State Veterans and Military Affairs Committee on Wednesday, February 3 at 1:30 p.m., in Senate Committee Room 356. Committee listed below.
HB 1054 will be heard in the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, February 4th at 1:30 p.m., in House Committee Room 271. Committee listed below.
Please contact your State Representative and State Senator as well as the House Judiciary Committee and the Senate State Veterans and Military Affairs Committee and ask them to OPPOSE Senate Bill 25 & House Bill 1054 which would legalize physician assisted suicide in Colorado.
To see a video from Archbishop Aquila and get more information on physician assisted suicide, please CLICK HERE In Spanish please CLICK HERE
To see a video from Bishop Sheridan and get more information on physician assisted suicide, please CLICK HERE
TO FIND YOUR LEGISLATOR CLICK HERE
TO READ SB 25 CLICK HERE
TO READ HB 1054 CLICK HERE
SENATE STATE VETERANS & MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
Sen. Ray Scott R SD 7 Chair
Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg R SD 1 Vice-Chair
Sen. Owen Hill R SD 10
Sen. Matt Jones D SD17
Sen. Jessie Ulibarri D SD 21
CONTACT INFORMATION FOR HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
Rep. Daniel Kagan D HD 3 Chair
Rep. Pete Lee D HD 18 Vice Chair
Rep. Terri Carver R HD 20
Rep. Lois Court D HD 6
Rep. Tim Dore R HD 64
Rep. Mike Foote D HD 12
Rep. Polly Lawrence R HD 39
Rep. Paul Lundeen R HD 19
Rep. Jovan Melton D HD 41
Rep. Joe Salazar D HD 31
Rep. Yeulin Willett R HD 54