Jeanette Hall of Oregon was one of the voters who helped put that state’s assisted-suicide law on the books more than a decade ago. That was before she was confronted with her own cancer diagnosis. What happened to change her mind? Hint: it wasn’t so much “what” as “who.”
Read Jeanette’s story in her own words at the following link – and while you’re in the neighborhood, check out the rest of the blog.