Read about what took place at the Scarsdale debate on 4/25

More than 150 people packed the Scarsdale Library on April 25 to hear Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, our own Stacey Gibson, and David Leven, Executive Director of End of Life Choices New York, explain the proposed aid-in-dying law in NY, tell their personal stories of why they support the law, and debate the law’s merits with its opponents.

You can read the Journal News coverage of the event here:

http://www.lohud.com/story/news/health/2016/04/25/aid-in-dying-debate/83513370/

Background info:

Scarsdale Public Library Open Panel Discussion on APRIL 25: An open discussion on all sides of the aid in dying issue, hosted by The Journal News, will be held on Monday, April 25 at the Scarsdale Public Library at 7:00 PM. Panel members include Amy Paulin, New York State Assemblywoman; David Leven, Executive Director of End of Life Choices New York; and Stacey Gibson who will share her powerful story about her husband’s Sid’s death. J.J. Hanson will share his story as to why he does not support aid in dying, along with two other opponents of the law.

This is an important gathering and we would love to see you there—please bring any interested friends.

READ THE LOHUD.COM article about this gathering: 
http://www.lohud.com/story/opinion/columnists/2016/04/03/stern-lohud-debate-aid-dying/82429388/

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