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Assisted suicide, while already decriminalized in Switzerland has now been invited into Zurich’s homes for the elderly. Zenit News reports that Robert Neukomm, head of the Zurich Health Department, has allowed “assisted suicide” advocates into the homes where they were formerly banned. The new move will thus encourage use of the practice.  https://www.ewtn.com/vnews/getstory.asp?number=8653

Use of RU-486 has been permitted in Bermuda. In a Bermuda Sun report circulated by Pro-Life E-News, Bermuda’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Cann said that there are no barriers to the importation and use of the drug and it has been confirmed that at least one local doctor has successfully prescribed it.  https://www.bermudasun.bm/cgi-local/edpull.pl?cat=01News&ord=08&ed=2000-10-27

Craig Jones, president of the B.C. Liberties Association, while admittedly pro-abortion, has taken up the cause of yet another pro-life campus group. The B.C. Liberties Association is “very concerned” about the way Students for Life was treated at the University College of the Cariboo in Kamloops that banned the pro-life club.  https://www.nationalpost.com/search/story.html?f=/stories/20001026/441514.html

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