Should Euthanasia Be Legalized?

1375 Words May 15th, 2016 6 Pages
Euthanasia Euthanasia has been a hot topic in our society for many years now, but recently euthanasia has made a drastic change. California has become one of the first states in which euthanasia has become legal. Other states have passed the legislation as well; such as Oregon, Washington and Vermont. Euthanasia has become accessible for those patients who suffer from terminal illnesses, therefore people who wish to relieve their painful lives will no longer be required to travel to other states in which euthanasia is legal. There are those people who are up for euthanasia, and there are those who oppose to it. Individuals who are living with constant pain everyday of their lives must have a choice on whether they would like to continue living in pain, or terminating the painful lives. Little by little people are more open about passing this legislature and hopefully someday it is passed in all fifty states of the U.S.A. Euthanasia may be taboo for some individuals, as for me I believe a human who is constantly suffering from different kinds of pain through their lives; should be able to have the option to just give up and say good bye. I am certain that euthanasia or assisted suicide it is against Christian believes, but I am not the religious type of person. Rules and believes sometimes have to be bent just a little, in order to make things work out. I strongly agree to this, because no one should be allowed to suffer so much in life. Let’s pretend someone is…

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