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LarryMiller-fullDear Editor,

I write to you today regarding Bill C-14, the recently tabled Government legislation regarding medical assisted death. This letter serves to outline some of my own opinions as well as to inform residents of Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound of what my vote on this legislation will be based on. I understand that this is a very sensitive topic. It is my hope that we can have a respectful dialogue on this legislation both in Parliament and in the public.

As you may know, this legislation comes in response to a Supreme Court of Canada decision on February 6th, 2015 that stated that Canadian laws prohibiting physician-assisted death were unconstitutional. The Government introduced Bill C-14 on April 14th, 2016 in response to this ruling. The legislation was based

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