In Colorado, 2,433 people are waiting for an organ transplant. Of those, 1,792 need a kidney, an organ that can be donated by a living person. Now, state lawmakers are considering a bill to make living donations a little easier called the Colorado Living Donor Support Act.

It would provide paid time off to living donors. The hope is without the financial hardship, more people would be willing to donate.

 

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