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Norlin Library, Center for British & Irish Studies Room

University of Colorado Boulder

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Medical Aid in Dying in Colorado: Is it morally acceptable to do what the law allows?

In November 2016, Colorado voters approved Proposition 106, permitting people with terminal illnesses to be prescribed medication that allows them to end their lives. This panel explores the circumstances under which Colorado law permits medical aid in dying and discusses whether it’s morally wrong for people to take of advantage of the law and end their lives.

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Martin Gunderson (Macalester College)

Craig Konnoth (University of Colorado at Boulder)

Christopher Tollefsen (University of South Carolina)

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CU Boulder | Norlin Libray, Center for British and Irish Studies Room

1720 Pleasant Street, Boulder, CO 80309

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