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Maryland state government prepared to make physician-assisted suicide legal

By Maryland Catholic Conference Catholics in Maryland need to sound the alarm, alerting all who care about the preservation of life to step up and...

Physician-assisted suicide passes Maryland House of Delegates by 74-66 vote

ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- The Maryland House of Delegates approved a bill March 7 to legalize physician-assisted suicide. The bill, which passed with a 74-66 vote,...

Appeals court upholds decision overturning California assisted suicide

RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- A California appeals court has denied Attorney General Xavier Becerra's request for an immediate stay on a lower court ruling that...

California judge overturns state law legalizing assisted suicide

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A May 15 ruling by a California judge overturning the state's law allowing assisted suicide is encouraging because it "was a...

Another failure for proponents of physician-assisted suicide in Delaware

A bill that would legalize physician-assisted suicide in Delaware failed last week to get legislative consideration, the second unsuccessful push this year. House Bill 160,...

Bishop Malooly to lawmakers: Say no to physician-assisted suicide

The leader of more than 150,000 Catholics in the Diocese of Wilmington is urging voters to tell their legislators that government has no business...

Viewpoint: Deny Dover’s death-dealing bills

  Spring, nature’s season of rebirth and growth, has taken on a deadly aspect in Dover’s Legislative Hall with the introduction of three bills this...

Bishop Malooly’s letter to priests decries anti-life bills in Dover

On May 3, Bishop Malooly wrote a letter to priests of the Diocese of Wilmington regarding three bills introduced this legislative session in Dover...

Voters reject nearly all measures on issues of Catholic concern

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — In this year’s election, voters went against nearly all of the ballot initiatives backed by Catholic leaders and advocates, except...

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