CLARA'S HUSBAND IS BREAKING ILLINOIS LAW?!?
Illinois Legal Aid:
Under Illinois law, a living will has very limited value. First, in order for a living will to be used you must have an incurable and irreversible condition which is such that death is imminent. Secondly, in Illinois a living will can only be used to withhold or withdraw such procedures as assisted breathing, artificial kidney treatments, intravenous medication, or blood transfusions. In Illinois, a living will cannot be used to withhold or withdraw hydration and nutrition. Very few people have the type of condition and treatment which would be aided by a living will. For the large majority of the population, a Power of Attorney for Health Care would be much better than a living will. To learn how to get a Power of Attorney for Health Care, read the Powers of Attorney section below.
I am no attorney, but sure seems illegal to starve Clara to me!
Governor Blagojevich of Illinois has created a hotline for women to call if they run into a pharmacy that won't abide by his latest stunt.
I would love for us take advantage of this hotline to ask him to SAVE CLARA and ask him to throw out his dictation to how people run their business.
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