While this editorial in the North Country Gazette takes a decidedly anti-right-to-die stance, it is interesting to see that George Felos, the attorney who advocated Terri Schiavo's right to die, will be speaking at a CME cruise meeting (what the writer calls a "death cruise"). From the article:
Regardless of your point of view on the Schiavo case, it's an illustrative case of potential media reactions to a controversial speaker. Does something like this help or hurt the credibility of the activity? I don't think so, but it is something to think about.