By Merepeka Raukawa-Tait
I have listened to the various arguments from those for and those against the End of Life Choice Bill.
The voices of those currently terminally ill, the doctors who might be called upon to assist the dying if the bill becomes law. From families who have admitted had New Zealand had this law when their family member was dying they would have been prepared to discuss and consider its use and from the Christian groups who naturally don't want a bar of it.
I have also been interested to listen to the Canadian experience in assisted