Among the lengthy list of bills signed into law by Governor Bob Holden in recent weeks is one that allows minors between the ages of 16 and 18 to make anatomical donations – blood and bone marrow – with parental consent.18-year-old Elizabeth Dougherty, daughter of Senator Pat Dougherty of St. Louis, helped spearhead the effort when she learned that the State of Washington was the only state allowing minors to make this kind of donation. In signing the legislation, Governor Holden singled out Elizabeth forpraise, saying she has proven that a young person with a cause can accomplish much.