Add your voice to the campaign working to ensure terminally ill Americans have the freedom to choose from a full range of end-of-life options, including how they die. Create a customized action plan to get involved in your community in support of death with dignity.
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Urge your State Legislators to support SB380
California residents dying from a terminal illness need access to the California End of Life Options Act. SB380 will eliminate the automatic 2026 repeal, reduce the 15-day waiting period to 48 hours, and if a patient is imminently dying, allow the physician to waiver the waiting period. The bill will improve other areas of the law and patient access. Tell your elected officals to support SB380!
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Seven in 10 Americans support the right of people with a terminal illness to die on their own terms. Join the fight to ensure expanded options at the end of life.
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We want to hear from you. What's your death with dignity story? What inspired you to get involved in the cause? What does death with dignity mean to you? Confidentially share your story with us.
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Learn how to write a letter to the editor of your newspaper
Most papers encourage reader input in the form of a letter to the editor. Writing in support of death with dignity legislation is important because it provides an opportunity to reach a large and potentially diverse audience. Letters to the editor increase awareness of important issues and helps to bring people together.