Hubble Open to Assisited Suicide

DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Fred Hubbell, the Des Moines businessman and Democratic candidate for governor, said on Monday that Iowa should consider joining six other states in legalizing physician-assisted suicide. However, he stopped short of calling for changes to the laws to allow that. Hubbell held a health-themed discussion with about a dozen supporters, activists,…

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