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I think people in this thread are missing the part where choosing to be an organ donor doesn’t mean you are on call 24 hours a day for the rest of your life, just in case someone needs a kidney. It means that if you die, your organs can be transplanted to a compatible recipient. By that understanding of what it means when you check that little box on your driver’s license, I need a double shot of whatever my kids are on shirt I think it’s fair if people who aren’t willing to donate their own organs after death shouldn’t be eligible to receive organs from people that are.
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Joseph Louis, You are speaking nonsense. No one who is a current smoker receives a lung transplant. Obese people (or underweight people) cannot receive life-saving organ transplants. History of sobriety is definitely valued in terms of getting on ANY organ list (I need a double shot of whatever my kids are on shirt and I’ve seen people with 10 years of documented sobriety be refused for complex reasons that included their risk of relapse) Antoinette Jeremiah “It’s easy enough to opt in. Opt out layers further administrative functions which is unnecessary” Honestly it isn’t easy enough to opt in. Your family can veto your decision easily. The great part about opt-out is that it saves lives and still respects people’s wishes. Instead of respecting people’s wishes while burying usable organs.
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Good idea. Some things, like registration to vote and organ donation upon death, should be automatic unless you opt out. This allows those with objections to not participate and covers the vast majority in an efficient manner. Margaret I. LaFontaine, I am the US, born and raised here. It does not seem authoritarian to me as long as you can choose to not participate in an easy manner. Same way, registering you to vote does not force you to vote. Of course, it does expose you to being called for jury duty. You would not be registered as belonging to either party. Up to you to do that, say when you first go to vote.