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A cause worth dying for – versus euthanasia

3 May 2021

7:02 PM

3 May 2021

7:02 PM

 The government’s attitude to death is paradoxical. While imposing restrictive rules on the population last year to prevent us from risking our lives in the lockdown bought on by the “pizza strain” of coronavirus, the parliament of South Australia was drafting a euthanasia bill to permit us to end our lives.

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