The Centennial Institute is hosting a physician-assisted suicide policy discussion with Carrie Earll, Carrie Ann Lucas, and Michael Norton.
This legislative session again explored allowing doctor-assisted suicide to be legal in Colorado. Fortunately, both Democrats and Republicans prevented this from happening. Unfortunately, the issue continues to arise across the country with more and more states including California making this legal. Join us for an important policy discussion to understand why if such a measure became law, it would invert the doctor’s time-honored role from the sacred duty of sustaining life to the ghoulish power of terminating it.
Leading the discussion will be Carrie Earll, Vice President of Government and Public Policy at Focus on the Family, Carrie Ann Lucas, J.D., CWLS, Founder and Executive Director of Disabled Parents Rights, and Michael J. Norton, J.D., President-General Counsel of the Colorado Freedom Institute.
Admission is free and all are welcome, but reservations are required. Complete the RSVP form below or call 303-963-3424 to reserve your space.
Parking for Leprino Hall is located in the shared parking lot on the West side of campus. If entering from Alameda, follow the drive around campus to the West side. If entering from Garrison, the parking lot is near the entrance.