Help STOP “assisted suicide” in California
Take action – ‘Assisted suicide’ bill ABX2-15 passes State Senate – Time to call Gov. Brown at 916-445-2841
Thank you for fighting alongside SaveCalifornia.com in this crucial battle for LIFE. Because all innocent lives matter from conception to natural death. And with your participation, the fight’s not over!
Now that “assisted suicide” has passed the State Senate 23 to 14 (the same 3-vote margin as in early June when a similar bill, SB 128, passed the Democrat-controlled Senate), we implore you to call Governor Jerry Brown, where we have a better chance. Yes, this deceptive bill could be vetoed, and now’s the time for a crush of opposition phone calls.
Take action – Please urge Gov. Jerry Brown to VETO ABX2-15 – Call his office at 916-445-2841.
We sincerely appreciate you participating with SaveCalifornia.com in fighting this dangerous “assisted suicide” bill that will transform California into the Suicide State if it’s signed. We worked very hard against this bad bill, which could have been stopped if anti-suicide legislators had done their homework and publicly exposed how ABX2-15 doesn’t ensure choice and doesn’t prevent abuse. Now and together, we must create a flood of phone calls urging Jerry Brown to veto it.
See our 9/11/15 media statement: How CA assisted suicide bill will take the lives of the weak and the vulnerable
Understand the serious problems with “assisted suicide”
1) See the analysis of AB 15 from Choice is an Illusion View or download
2) How assisted suicide threatens families: View or download
3) How “assisted suicide” increases other suicides View or download
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“We cannot allow California to become a place where we respond to human suffering by simply making it easier for people to kill themselves. Helping someone die — even if that person is desperate and asks for the help — is still killing.”
Catholic Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles in his letter to Assembly Health Committee members