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SB 1196- Call Your Senator to ask for a NO VOTE on Suicide Expansion for Non-Terminally Ill and Dementia Patients

In 2015, California legalized assisted suicide for adults with illnesses of 6 months or less to live. Now, a Senator is pushing a bill to allow all chronically ill Californians to receive assisted suicide, as well as people with dementia. Right now, millions of Californians don’t have health care and can’t find doctors or hospitals. The State needs to ensure people have good and accessible healthcare so that people with chronic illnesses don’t feel coerced into dying prematurely. No one should feel compelled to use assisted suicide due to a scarcity of housing, food, pain management, mental health treatment, home health, or psycho-social support.

To view resources for a pastoral response to Assisted Suicide, please visit our page: "Catholic Care for the Sick and Dying"

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La Conferencia Católica de California es la voz oficial de política pública de la Iglesia Católica en California.  Abogamos con los legisladores y el público para promover la visión católica de la vida y la dignidad humanas, la buena sociedad y la preocupación por los pobres y vulnerables.  Educamos a los católicos y al público en general.  Empoderamos a los católicos para que pongan su fe en acción de acuerdo con la enseñanza católica.

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The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is an assembly of the hierarchy of bishops who jointly exercise pastoral functions on behalf of the Christian faithful of the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The USCCB takes a stand on federal issues either in support or opposition depending on the legislation in light of Catholic Social Teaching.

Para obtener más información sobre temas de política pública actuales, comuníquese con Abraham Joven, Director de la Oficina de Defensa y Justicia para Inmigrantes al (909) 475-5351 o ajoven@sbdiocese.org
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