Last week, I spoke out on the House floor about the issue of physician-assisted suicide and why, with a new administration, we now have a chance to address this in a meaningful way.
I am pleased that the President's budget seeks to address D.C.'s harmful new law legalizing physician-assisted suicide in our nation's capital. In the days ahead, I will continue to work with the administration and my colleagues in Congress to repeal the D.C. law and address this issue nationwide, in order to ensure patients are not left unprotected and doctors are not left unaccountable.
It's about the value of every life. It's about compassion and cures, not just cost. Click here or below to watch ->
P.S. I also recently joined my colleagues in the House in writing a letter to the Senate, urging our colleagues to prioritize the protection of life in any version of the healthcare bill they are working on. Read it for yourself, here.