Or, perhaps in the future, in some states, Grandma needs to watch out for you.
There's also a slew of legislation around living wills and other end-of-life issues that wouldn't further the aims of this emerging group [disability rights groups joining forces with right-to-life advocates] - like a Nevada measure that would let a guardian end life-sustaining measures even if it's against a patient's known wishes, as long as it's in their best interests.
(Emphasis mine; note to self: do not move to Nevada in twenty years.)
Remind me, dude; which group is it again that wants to disregard living wills?
(Thanks to XRLQ)