Not Dead Yet’s Op Ed articles

Leaders and activists from Not Dead Yet, Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund and Second Thoughts have written numerous opinion pieces published in mainstream newspapers and online news outlets.  Here are examples:

Diane Coleman:  Why disability rights advocates oppose assisted suicide (Syracuse Post Standard, 5/11/15)

Lisa Blumberg:  Op-Ed: Physician-assisted suicide is not a choice issue (CT Mirror, 3/25/15)

Duane French:  Dead Ahead? Activist questions proposed “Right to Die” legislation (Anchorage Press, 3/19/15)

John Kelly:  Say ‘no’ to assisted-suicide expansion (Oregonian, 3/18/15)

Stephen Mendelsohn: Op-Ed: Assisted suicide would be fraught with problems and abuses (CT Mirror, 3/6/15)

John Kelly:  Assisted Suicide Is Still Too Dangerous (bluejersey.com, 11/13/14)

Diane Coleman: Who’s really hurt by assisted suicide? (CNN.com, 11/4/14)

John Kelly: Why Assisted Suicide Laws are More Dangerous Than People Acknowledge (Counterpunch, 11/3/14)

Marilyn Golden: Assisted suicide is bad medicine (Sacramento Bee, 11/1/14)

John Kelly:  Assisted suicide laws are more dangerous than people acknowledge: Opinion (NJ Star-Ledger, 10/31/14)

Marilyn Golden: The danger of assisted suicide laws (CNN.com 10/13/14)

Penny Pepper of Not Dead Yet UK: Disabled people like me need help to live, not die (The Guardian, 7/16/14)

John Kelly: Assisted Suicide:  Just Too Dangerous (politickernj.com 6/26/14)

Diane Coleman: NJ Assisted Suicide Proposal is Dangerous Prescription (Trenton Times 8/10/13)

Diane Coleman: The dangerous ‘help’ of assisted suicide (New Jersey Star Ledger 7/23/13)

John B. Kelly: Why to vote no on Mass. Question 2 (Providence Journal 10/31/12)

Diane Coleman & Stephen Drake: ‘Second Thoughts’ Grow on Assisted Suicide (Wall Street Journal 4/5/12)

Marilyn Golden:  What you don’t know can kill you (Capitol Weekly 4/26/07)

Diane Coleman:  States’ rights versus civil rights (Seattle Post-Intelligencer 9/28/05)

Diane Coleman:  Deadly Tactics (Chicago Tribune 3/17/99)