Friday, March 18, 2011

Good News in Idaho

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After a week where the price of a womb was debated in the Washington State Senate---some good news from just across the border in Idaho.

After success with their assisted suicide
agenda here in the Northwest; in Oregon, Washington and Montana, the Hemlock Society---now calling themselves the "Compassion and Choices" organization, began recruiting a nurse or doctor to test Idaho law on aid in dying or assisted suicide.

They were looking for a Idaho style "Dr. Jack Kevorkian" to use the court system to legalize assisted suicide.

People in Idaho got nervous---and active.

Although the state has a common law that prohibits the practice, the citizens decided to strengthen it---just in case.

David Ripley, with Idaho Chooses Life, has led an effort to make "assisted suicide" illegal.

The Idaho Senate has passed the bill banning assisted suicide and sent it on to the House.

Ripley says he is pretty confident the bill will become law.

May God bless them all for honoring life.

Have a great weekend.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.

Gary Randall
Faith and Freedom

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