So don’t fight ‘for the children’ fight for our rights to self-determination and for the rights of family to protect family.
In this particular case the liability of the doctors and hospital is much more limited (under state law) if the child dies as opposed to being stabilized on life support for a few weeks and possibly surviving when it is then withdrawn.
The state will be able to direct the recipients of her organs should she die quickly, but will be denied those organs should she survive long term.
She's worth more dead than alive to the doctors, hospital and state.
There is no power the state will not abuse, and you will note that the state issues (or denies) licenses to practice or operate to both the doctors and the hospital.
I think you get the drift.