(CNN) – Every year in New York, 500 people die waiting for an organ transplant. Willie Brodsky is lucky she wasn't one of them. She was saved not once, but twice by donors. Her father, Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, hopes to save more lives by proposing a bill in the state assembly that would switch the organ donor system from "opt-in" to "opt-out." They joined us on Wednesday's American Morning.
Sound off: Are you an organ donor? What do you think of the proposed bill?