How is it possible to acknowledge that there is no consensus as to whether the patient is terminal or irreversible, but then decide that if the physician and psychiatrist believe that a patient is terminal then he can die?
When a state legalizes assisted suicide the law is only a stepping stone. Since legislators in California appear to be unwilling to legalize euthanasia therefore the assisted death lobby is resorting to a court case and is asking the court to legalize euthanasia.
Abel is severely disabled, he is deaf, lives with a severe intellectual disability and has daily intestinal problems and has already come close to death several times, prompting his mother to petition for child euthanasia.
The current Canadian government is committed to more death by euthanasia. In 2020, there were 7595 reported assisted deaths up from 5,660 in 2019, meaning more than 25,000 MAiD deaths have happened in Canada since legalization.
The Ontario data indicates that in the first four months of 2021 there were 853 reported assisted deaths. April 2021 had the highest number of assisted deaths ever with 241. There have now been 24,000 estimated assisted deaths in Canada since legalization.