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My Sister-in-Law Died by Assisted Suicide: Connecticut Braces for Aid-in-Dying Bill

Publisher: Connecticut Law Tribune
February 20, 2020

Brad Gallant is quoted in an article, "My Sister-in-Law Died by Assisted Suicide: Connecticut Braces for Aid-in-Dying Bill," published by the Connecticut Law Tribune. As reported in the article, this year Connecticut legislators will be discussing an "aid-in-dying" bill coming from the Public Heal Committee on February 14. Gallant, who has practiced in the area of trusts and estates for more than 30 years and supports the bill, calls it "an issue of fundamental individual liberty." He also commented that "the ethical concerns vary—leaving attorneys bracing for uncertainty. For instance: What happens if a third party wants to assist in taking someone's life for financial gain?"


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