At the foot of the steps
On Oct, 5, if all goes right, crips from across the country will be lined up across the front of the Supreme Court with signs, chanting "We're Not Dead Yet!" It first happened in January, 1997, when the court took on assisted suicide -- the "right to die," its supporters call it. This year, Not Dead Yet plans to be there again. MARY JOHNSON's Edge-Centric blog entry takes a look at what's at stake and why the Not Dead Yet perspective still isn't getting much respect. READ BLOG ENTRY.