Year: 1994 Source: Centre Points (Centre for Renewal in Public Policy Newsletter), v.1, no.1, (December 1994), p.8 SIEC No: 19940608

The author of this article contends the jury made the right decision in the Latimer case (Latimer killed his cerebral-palsied daughter on their Saskatchewan farm); hopes the Oregon law is a temporary flirtation with the fringes of assisted suicide; & supports the conclusions of the Select Committee of the House of Lords (United Kingdom). In 1994, after an exhaustive review, this Committee issued a report indicating why they chose not to change their laws to allow euthanasia or assisted suicide.