Pretty cool, eh?
On Thursday afternoon, Quebec became the first province in Canada to pass a law permitting physician-assisted suicide by lethal injection for patients who meet specific criteria.
He'll probably find another career path...not.
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While only four U.S. states have legalized physician-assisted suicide, Quebec, our neighbor to the north, is currently debating a radical bill that would mandate every institution in the province offer and provide “end-of-life care.”
In a statement issued Monday night, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said that if he does indeed have dual citizenship of the United States and Canada, he will renounce his Canadian citizenship.