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Katie Buck, a prolife mom in Iowa, recently had her information stolen by Compassion and Choices from an online sympathy card she signed for Brittany Maynard prior to her committing suicide.  Compassion and Choices, who supports and works for assisted suicide laws, added Buck’s name to their email list and to a petition (along with her zip code) saying she favored physician-assisted suicide when she doesn’t.  She later had her husband and a friend also sign the card and the same thing happened to them.  Now that Maynard has passed away the sympathy card has been replaced by a condolences card.

Buck filmed a video sharing her experience that you can watch below.

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  1. I’m sharing this one. No fewer than three states in my region rejected assisted suicide bills this year – and yet I know that the bills will be back. My neighbors need to know the lengths to which assisted suicide advocates will go.

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