Mobile euthanasia - Six units will travel around the country to help the Dutch die at home.
Six "mobile euthanasia units" will become available in the Netherlands starting Thursday, to zip around this tiny and remarkably liberal country to help Dutch citizens facing an "unbearable" and "hopeless" medical situation die in their homes.Learning classroom politics - BCTF president Susan Lambert discusses her union on the verge of a strike, and a scolding that changed her life.
A group of prominent citizens, meanwhile, has been lobbying since 2009 for a major expansion in the scope of Dutch assisted-death laws, allowing older people who are "tired of living" but have no serious medical problem to end it all without the involvement of a physician. ...
BCTF is arguably one of the most militant, radical unions in the country. Susan Lambert's benign granny looks belie her militantly radical leftist stance and leadership of the BCTF.