Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Jobs' liver trouble impetus for changes to California law

<img align='left' src='http://photos.macnn.com/news/1004/jobshosp.jpg' border='0' width='176' height='120' />Apple CEO Steve Jobs is indirectly responsible for some upcoming changes to California law, a report claims. The executive took a six-month leave of absence in 2009, during which he received a liver transplant believed to have saved his life. Because of this, says Silicon Alley Insider, the California state Senate on the verge of passing a bill to create a live donor registry for kidney transplants, while also making it mandatory to ask people renewing drivers' licenses whether they want to be organ donors....

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