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Charlie Gard's fate shouldn't be decided by the state

Charlie Gard's parents are doing the wrong thing -- and I'd probably do it too. Charlie Gard, if you haven't heard, is the 11-month-old baby whose plight has become a popular cause in England and, increasingly, the United States.

Charlie seemed like any other healthy baby when he was born. His parents, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, were ecstatic. But when they later noticed that he was struggling to move his head,

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