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Assemblyman John Burzichelli NJ Legislature
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Do you support a “right to die” bill?

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Legislation Could Bar Student Athletes From Transferring Into Schools to Gain Athletic Advantage [POLL]

Were You a Student Athlete that transferred out of your home school to give your choice school an athletic advantage - and you, possibly a scholarship?

Well, under legislation proposed by one state assemblyman, that practice could be coming to an end - and rather quickly

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NJ’s Death With Dignity Act – Could You Support it? [POLL]

Most of us probably know or have known friends or relatives who’ve suffered through the ravages of terminal illness – wanting desperately for a way to alleviate their suffering – but doing so in a way that would give then the opportunity to say goodbye to loved ones, and leave on their terms

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New Jersey Death With Dignity Act Is Approved by Assembly Panel – Would You Support it? [POLL]

Death is not something we’re comfortable talking about, but one Assemblyman has decided to tackle the thorny issue head on.

You may remember I talked about the measure put forth by South Jersey Assemblyman John Burzichelli that would allow terminally ill patients to decide how and when they should die.

Well, the issue has come up again, as an Assembly panel today approved legislation sponsored by Assemblymen John Burzichelli and Tim Eust

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Poll Suggests N.J. Voters Support Doctor-Assisted Suicide – Do You? [POLL]

A few weeks back I blogged about a proposal put forth in September by Assemblyman John Burzichelli, that would give terminally ill patients the right to decide how and when to die, and grant doctors the right to prescribe lethal doses of drugs to those patients who have less than six months to live.

It’s called the New Jersey Death with Dignity Act....and according to a recent poll…has the support of a majority of New Jersey voters.

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Assemblyman John Burzichelli NJ Legislature
Assemblyman John Burzichelli NJ Legislature
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NJ Lawmaker Proposes a Bill Letting Terminally Ill Patients Choose When to Die – Would You Support it? [POLL]

Should terminally ill patients have the ability to choose if and when they want to die?

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New Jersey Lottery ID Bill – Good Idea [POLL]

Would you be in favor of Legislation that would protect your identity for a year if you won the lottery?

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