Not Dead Yet’s legislative efforts

Not Dead Yet President/CEO Diane Coleman has provided invited testimony four times before subcommittees of the U.S. House and Senate. Not Dead Yet has also submitted written testimony opposing bills to legalize assisted suicide and other NDY issues in individual states and provided technical assistance to disability advocates who testify in their home states.

John Kelly’s Open Letter to the House of Lords on UK Assisted Suicide Bill (7/17/14)

John Kelly’s Testimony Before the Connecticut Public Health Committee in Opposition to HB 5326 (3/14/14)

John Kelly’s Testimony to the New Hampshire House Judiciary Committee In Opposition to HB 1325 (2/4/2014)

Not Dead Yet Letter to New Hampshire House Judiciary Committee Opposing Assisted Suicide Bill HB 1325 (2/3/2014)

Promoting Informed Consent for Driver’s License Organ Donor Forms Under Lauren’s Law in New York State (1/29/14)

John Kelly’s Testimony in Opposition to Massachusetts Assisted Suicide Bill H 1998 (12/17/13)

John Kelly’s Testimony to the Vermont House Human Services Committee Re: Opposition to Legislation Legalizing Assisted Suicide on behalf of Not Dead Yet and Massachusetts Second Thoughts (4/11/2013)

Statement of Not Dead Yet (USA) In Opposition To Tasmanian Proposal For Voluntary Assisted Dying II (3/15/2013)

Statement of Not Dead Yet (USA) In Opposition To Tasmanian Proposal For Voluntary Assisted Dying (2/15/2013)

Not Dead Yet Testimony Opposing Hawaii Assisted Suicide Bill (2/7/2011)