The Michigan State Senate unanimously passed a measure to create a website for state residents that would allow loved ones and health care providers to know their end-of-life wishes. Senate Bill 723 would create the Peace of Mind Registry, a secure database providing health care providers access to a patient's advance directives. Do you think this is a good thing?

Take the poll after the jump.

It is said that by making these decisions accessible to doctors and especially our loved ones it will substantially improve quality of life and give peace of mind.

State health care providers and loved ones would be able to access this information anytime.

Do you think this is a good idea? Does it feel like too much big brother?  Take the people poll.