An opponent of SB 303 and I have been discussing the Bill on an earlier post. She referred to my “list of endorsements.” This is a fairly strong list of endorsements, at least for those of us who are believers, don’t you think?
The Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission is ” is pleased that SB 303 was recently voted out of the senate.”
Texas Catholic Bishops letter to members of the Texas House of Representatives urging support for SB 303
The Morality and Wisdom of Incremental Legislation: The Case for SB 303 by Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk, Ph.D.
Point by Point Refutations of Criticisms to SB 303
Texas Catholic Conference Handout comparing SB 303 with current law
Texas Catholic Conference’s response to NRLC’s analysis of SB 303
National Catholic Bioethics Center letter supporting SB 303
National Catholic Partnership on Disability letter supporting SB 303
Texas Catholic Conference Policy Backgrounder on Advance Directives Reform
Texas Catholics Bishops Conference been very active over in the many efforts over the years to reform of the Texas Advance Directive Act and all have signed the endorsement strongly urging passage of SB303 http://www.txcatholic.org/press-releases/336-texas-catholic-bishops-strongly-urge-house-vote-on-end-of-life-care.
I’ve relied on the National Catholic Bioethics Center ( Marie Hilliard and Father Tad) for their consistent and coherent efforts to preserve traditional medical ethics. NCBC has also endorsed the Bill, and written an excellent response to criticism of SB303.
Added 5/11/13 at 11:00 AM, more endorsements and information:
- Senate Bill 303
- House Bill 1444
- John M. Haas, Ph.D., President, National Catholic Bioethics Center, letter supporting SB 303
- Texas Catholic Bishops letter to members of the Texas House of Representatives urging support for SB 303
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