Grief expert discusses Oregon's suicide law

By Arthur Page

Release Date: January 18, 2006

An article on ABC News on the Supreme Court upholding Oregon's physician-assisted suicide law quotes Thomas T. Frantz, chair of counseling, school and educational psychology, who said "I suspect the government officials who brought this law suit have been fortunate enough never to see their aging mother or father laying in agony... praying for the peace that, given their long illness, could only come from death. Thank heavens the court was able to strike a blow for humanness." Go to article.