Non-discrimination bill doesn’t protect or define life 

He apparently considers she was still alive, whereas in truth Terri Schiavo had long ago bailed out and left that body on remote control. Medical science indicated that years before (and the autopsy showed) the brain had shrunk down to the so-called “lizard brain,” which is misleading in that lizards are very much alive. To even refer to that body as being in a persistent vegetative state is unfair since plants constantly monitor and respond to their environment. If this is what Oklahomans for Life think is life, they have a very strange concept of life. If HB 1403 supports this as a civil right, then state Rep. Dennis Johnson and those who passed this bill should be ashamed.
— Chadwick Cox, Norman

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