31-Year-Old Equestrian Chooses Government-Sanctioned Death to End Her Beautiful Life

State-sanctioned euthanasia has been on the rise for years, and not just among terminally ill patients. Young people in their 20s and 30s who are struggling with disabilities and depression are increasingly turning to the practice.
On today’s episode of The Spectator P.M. Podcast, hosts Ellie Gardey and Aubrey Gulick discuss the tragic story of Caroline March, a British equestrian who suffered a career-ending spinal cord injury during competition and chose euthanasia last month. They talk about the rise of euthanasia and the problems with a society that fails to find any meaning in suffering. Tune in to hear their thoughts.