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On right to die law, Catholics are only extending a patient's suffering

"It really breaks my heart and upsets me that the Catholics have so much power to be able to impose their religious beliefs on everyone."

"It really breaks my heart and upsets me that the Catholics have so much power to be able to impose their religious beliefs on everyone."

Reader Judy Elling Przybilla responds to A small but loud Catholic crowd shuts down Minnesotans' right to die:

"After working as a hospital social worker, I am pro right to die. I heard patients (terminal and elderly) say they are ready to die and don't want treatment any longer.

"It really breaks my heart and upsets me that the Catholics have so much power to be able to impose their religious beliefs on everyone who are not of the same beliefs. I feel so sad for the people who want to and are ready to pass and their family who have to watch their loved ones pass in painful discomfort!"

"When did religion become so forceful in the decision making in our government? What happened to the separation of church and state?"