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CACL believes that it is of critical importance to begin from an understanding of vulnerability in order to ensure that the legitimate aim of protecting vulnerable persons from “being induced to commit suicide” is somehow preserved.
To this end, CACL seeks to begin a conversation about who may be vulnerable in this new legal regime, and why. Because our movement springs from the values and experience of community living, it is natural that our reflections on vulnerability find best expression in the telling of personal story.
We offer these stories not definitively, but invitationally. It is our hope that others will share their own reflections as we work together to develop a shared understanding of what it means to be vulnerable.