Our rulers in Annapolis decided that it was wrong for state government to take a life. OK. But a right to die law would not involve a state government decision. Why is the government so reticent in not passing a "right to die" law? Could it be the health care lobby? Hospitals, nursing homes, etc. make a lot of money from providing simple custodial care. No one I know wants to be maintained like that. If the law existed which gave people a choice, those that wanted to stay alive would have every right to do so.