This legislation is a fondling advance toward the ultimate violation of our individual liberty and opens a serious moral / ethical question (if ethics is still of any actual concern to anyone in office anymore??). What is our body, if not our most primary of personal property over which our individual rights are paramount to be protected and maintained?
Our representatives in Olympia have sworn to uphold the Constitution of the state of Washington. Article I clearly references "to protect and maintain our individual rights."
Perhaps before they go to vote on this one, they can illustrate to we, the people, how it would serve as an example of their upholding our individual rights to DEFINE OUR PERSONAL ORGANS AS THE AUTOMATIC PROPERTY OF THE STATE, to dish out as deemed fit by whomever is deemed fit (by the state?) to decide, UNLESS we specify and affirm our individual rights ourselves (i.e. do their job, in ensuring our individual rights are protected and maintained, by default)?
An old English proverb states, "with friends like these, who needs enemies?" If our representatives cannot manage to do their job, causing us to work constantly, on our own behalf, to protect and maintain our OWN individual rights, they have no business collecting our tax dollars, frankly.
We will be watching the votes of our representatives on this and other legislation that fails to support our individual liberty, in order to ensure they are held accountable, when it is again our turn to vote on the quality of their performance, on our behalf.