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Argument: Religious opposition to Euthanasia should not be considered in law

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Compassion and Choices. "Frequently Asked Questions". May 11, 2007 - "The primary opposition to the idea that terminally ill, mentally competent people should be able to choose to hasten death with medical assistance often comes from religious sources, primarily the Catholic hierarchy and, more recently, the right-to-life movement."[1]

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