Charlie Gard Type Death Panels Will Plague Rhode Island Parents if Government-Controlled Health Care Bill Passes

Stop Charlie Gard type DEATH PANELS!

Sign our petition against government-controlled health care in Rhode Island! 

Charlie6.pngChris Gard and Connie Yates were blessed with a healthy baby, Charlie, on August 4, 2016. Eight weeks later, he was rushed to a London hospital. Charlie was diagnosed with a rare and life-threatening condition known as mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome.

Devastated, Chris and Connie looked for a solution to save their child’s life. There was a potential miracle treatment available, here, in the United States.

But, despite their efforts and world outcry, the government-controlled British health care system denied potentially life-saving treatment for little Charlie.

Government-controlled health care will lead to Charlie Gard type nightmares for Rhode Island parents.

In 2017, Rep. Aaron Regunberg and other progressive-left politicians have already sponsored legislation (H5069) that seeks to establish a radical, single-payer health care system here in the Ocean State - a system that does not care about parental rights, the protection of life, or our religious rights.

Charlie Gard’s right to life and his parents’ rights were trampled. Rhode Island families must not suffer from this same insensitivity!

“Mummy and Daddy love you so much Charlie, we always have and we always will and we are so sorry that we couldn't save you.” - Connie Yates, Charlie’s mother.

Sign the petition now if you oppose government-controlled health care … and if you choose to make your family’s own life-saving medical decisions.

GOAL: 35 signatures

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  • Ronald Nagel
  • Phyllis Stenhouse
  • Albert M Romanowicz
    Albert M Romanowicz
  • Allan Bucklin
  • Leo Plouffe
  • Natalie Coletti
  • Tina McKendall
  • Karin N. Gorman
  • Peter Hewett
    Peter and Eileen Hewett -The last thing we need in Rhode Island or the nation is for the government to be in total control of my family’s health care. I strongly oppose any state legislation that would seek to establish and impose of the citizenry a single payer government controlled health care system. Competition among insurers is the best and most efficient and effective manner of controlling the costs of health care – period!
  • Julie A Gill
    Julie A Gill
  • barry chace
  • Robert Storrs
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  • Tyler Rowley
    Evangelium Vitae (The Gospel of Life) by Pope St. John Paul II. READ IT!
  • James Jackson
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  • Mariacristina McKendall
    State sponsored health care hurts the very people it proposes it helps…the poor. Should the state decide your health & welfare? I think not!
  • Kj Catalano
  • Roland Sasseville
    Death squads.
  • Stephen Grenier
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  • Cynthia Oconnell
    We are not children that have to have a corrupt, self-serving government parent.
  • Larry Gillheeney
  • Mike Stenhouse