RESOLVE, the only patient advocacy group in the U.S. that fights for the rights of women and men who are infertile has seen an increasing need to bring together the community to ensure that our voices are heard. RESOLVE is greatly involved in advocating for the infertility community on both the federal and state level.
One day it will happen…access for all! That’s our goal. Anyone struggling to build a family deserves access to all family building options. We have several pieces of federal legislation in both the House and the Senate. And we need your help. Take a few moments to read about our Federal issues and learn how you can take action. Use your voice and your story to make a difference. Take action today.
ACT NOW in California!
The California Senate recently passed SB 600, which would make clear insurers’ obligation to cover fertility preservation for patients facing chemotherapy or other medically necessary treatment that may render them infertile. The bill will be heard on July 9, 2019 in the Assembly Committee on Health. Committee members and all Assembly members need to HEAR from YOU!
Send a letter right now – it takes just minutes to send a letter, which will be sent automatically to your Assembly Member.
Act Now in New Hampshire!
We are happy to report that SB 279, an Act Relative to Fertility Care, has passed the New Hampshire Senate and House! The bill will require group insurance plans to cover infertility diagnostic care, as well as medically necessary fertility treatment and fertility preservation. The bill is now waiting to be sent to Governor Chris Sununu for his consideration, where he has five days to veto or sign it into law.
Send a letter right now – it takes just minutes to send a letter, which will be sent automatically to your Governor.
ACT NOW in New Jersey!
New Jersey has the chance to join the growing list of states that provide insurance coverage for fertility preservation for those facing chemotherapy or other medically necessary treatment that threatens their ability to have children. While New Jersey currently requires insurance coverage for infertility treatment, it does not include coverage for those at risk of iatrogenic (or medically-induced) infertility.
A3150 addresses this gap in insurance coverage so patients do not have to choose between effective medical treatment and a future chance at parenthood.
We are working with the Alliance for Fertility Preservation and other allies to pass this important bill in 2019, and we need YOU to get involved. As New Jersey residents, your voice is the most important one!
Send this letter to the General Assembly Speaker and bill sponsor to urge them to move this pro-family bill and bring it to a vote as soon as possible.
Act now to support family building in New Jersey!
RESOLVE tracks legislation that impact the infertility community. Some of these bills are anti-family and some of the bills would help people with infertility. Click here to see the list of state legislation that we are currently tracking.