This New Mexico Bill Would Prevent Discrimination Against Disabled People

Glory Sellers is a sweet child who has Down Syndrome and heart-related issues. In the future, she may need a heart transplant, and potentially a kidney transplant, too. But, since Glory has Down Syndrome, she could be discriminated against by hospitals, physicians, insurance companies, and procurement organizations, keeping her from life-saving medical care and transplants because of her disability. 

But a new bill could change that. Senate Bill 158, aptly named "Glory's Law," would guarantee disabled people have equal and fair access to organ transplants in New Mexico!

Sign now to demand New Mexico's lawmakers pass Glory's Law!

Disabled people across the country have fought hard for decades to ensure they are treated with the same respect and dignity as able-bodied Americans. All disabled people deserve basic human rights, and Glory's Law could help codify those rights into law.

No one should be denied an organ transplant solely because of a disability. Allowing this practice to occur is ableist at best, and at its worst, is literally a modern form of eugenics.

Sign the petition now to tell the New Mexico legislature to pass Glory's Law! Protect disabled Americans now!

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