State Legislation Map

As the only patient advocacy group in the U.S. that fights for the rights of women and men who are struggling to build their families, RESOLVE is on the front lines in state capitals across the country. Review the state legislation map below to find out what is happening in your state.

RESOLVE monitors legislation in all 50 states and relies on advocates to reach out to their state legislators. Check out the legislation in the state where you live that may help or hurt the family building community. Please note that states with active bills are highlighted.

AL

Alabama

Alabama Bill: H.B. 225 

About this bill: Definition of child; embryo outside a human uterus excluded from definition.

Current Status: Introduced and read for the first time on 2/22/2024.

Alabama Bill: H.B. 240

About this bill: Extrauterine embryo not an unborn life and unborn child; Constitutional Amendment.

Current Status: Introduced and read for the first time on 2/29/2024.

Alabama Bill: SB 159/ HB 237

About this bill: This bill would provide civil and criminal immunity to persons providing goods and services related to in vitro fertilization except acts or ommission that are intentional and not arising from or related to IVF services.

Current Status: This bill was introduced in the House and in the Senate on 2/28/2024. This bill was signed by the Governor on 3/6/3034.

Alabama Bill: S.B. 160 

About this bill: In vitro fertilization; civil and criminal immunity provided for IVF services if providers follow commonly accepted practices of care.

Current Status: Introduced and read for the first time on 2/28/2024.

Ak

Alaska

Alaska Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Alaska, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

AZ

Arizona

Arizona Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Arizona, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

AR

Arkansas

Arkansas Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Arkansas, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

CA

California

California Bill: A.B. 3022

About this bill:  This bill would require a health care service plan contract or health insurance policy that is issued, amended, or renewed on or after January 1, 2024, to provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility and fertility services.

Current status:

California Bill: SB729

About this bill:  This bill would require a health care service plan contract or health insurance policy that is issued, amended, or renewed on or after January 1, 2024, to provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility and fertility services.

Current status: Introduced on 02/17/23. May be acted upon on or after 03/20/23. Referred to Committee on Health on 03/02/2023. Has a hearing set on 04/26/2023. Read a second time and amended, and re-referred to Committee on Appropriations on 05/01/2023. Set for a hearing on 05/18/2023. This bill was referred to the Committee on Health on 06/05/2023. This bill was read a second time, amended, and then re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations on 08/15/2023. This bill was placed on suspense file and is set for its first hearing on August 23rd. The bill was not heard and was postponed on 09/01/2023.

California Bill: A.C.R 154

About this bill: This measure would call upon the Alabama Legislature to immediately overturn the Alabama Supreme Court’s ruling on LePage v. Center for Reproductive Medicine, P.C., declare that the Legislature recognizes and protects access to in vitro fertilization services for Californian women struggling with infertility issues, and encourage Congressional leaders to establish nationwide protections for in vitro fertilization services.

Current status: This bill was introduced on 2/29/2024. 

CO

Colorado

Colorado Bill: HB24-1025

About this bill: Implement Fertility Coverage for Health Plans.

Current Status: This bill was introduced in the House and assigned to Health & Human Services on 1/10/2024. The House Committee on Health and Human Services referred the amended bill to appropriations on 2/20/2024. 

Colorado Bill: HB24-1224

About this bill: Personhood of Living Unborn Human Child.

Current Status: This bill was introduced in the House, and was assigned to the State, Civic, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee. This bill was postponed indefinitely on 3/4/2024.

CT

Connecticut

Connecticut Bill: H.B. 5240 

About this bill: An Act Concerning Medicaid Coverage for Infertility Treatment.

Current status: Introduced and referred to the Joint Committee on Human Services on 2/22/2024.

Connecticut Bill: H.B. 5378 

About this bill: An Act Concerning Health Insurance Coverage for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Infertility.

Current status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Joint Committee on Human Services on 2/29/2024. 

DE

Delaware

Delaware Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Delaware, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

DC

District of Columbia

D.C. Legislation

There currently are no active bills in D.C., but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

FL

Florida

Florida Bill: H.B. 651/ S.B. 47

About this bill: Civil Liability for the Wrongful Death of an Unborn Child

Current Status: This bill was introduced on 11/27/2023. This bill was reported favorably by Committee and was added to the Second Reading Calendar on 2/15/2024. This bill was added to the Second Reading Calendar on 2/22/2024.

Florida Bill: H.B. 1519

About this bill: Termination of Pregnancies; Prohibits person or entity from purposely performing or attempting to perform abortion; provides exception; provides penalties; revises requirements for court to issue order authorizing minor to consent to termination of pregnancy.

Current Status: Introduced in the House on 01/08/2024. This bill was referred to the House Healthcare Regulation Subcommittee on 01/13/2024.

GA

Georgia

Georgia Bill: H.R. 1719 

About this bill: Access to in-vitro fertilization in the State of Georgia; support.

Current Status: The house read and adopted this bill on 3/28/2024. 

Georgia Bill: S.B. 565 / H.B. 1497

About this bill: Health; human egg or human embryo is not considered an unborn child, a minor child, or a person for any purpose under law; provide

Current Status: This bill was introduced in the House on 2/27/2024. This bill was introduced in the Senate on 2/29/2024. 

Georgia Bill: H.B. 1066

About this bill: Fertility Preservation for Chronic Conditions Act.

Current Status: This bill was introduced on 1/31/2024. This bill was read in the House for a second time on 1/31/2024. 

Georgia Bill: H.B. 1204

About this bill: Insurance; medically necessary expenses for standard fertility preservation services when a medically necessary treatment for cancer, sickle cell disease, or lupus may directly or indirectly cause iatrogenic infertility; require coverage.

Current Status: This bill was introduced on 2/12/2024. The House Committee favorably reported on this bill on 2/16/2024. This bill failed to make the crossover deadline.

HI

Hawaii

Hawaii Bill: H.B. 1624/ S.B. 2338

About this bill: For policies, contracts, plans, agreements, and plan contracts issued or renewed after 12/31/2024, requires the insurers, mutual benefit societies, and health maintenance organizations to provide coverage for standard fertility preservation services.

Status: this bill was introduced and passed it's First Reading in both the House and Senate on 01/17/2024. This bill was referred to the House Committee on Health, Consumer Protection and Commerce, and Finance, and was referred to the Senate Committee on Ways and Means on 01/24/2024. The report was adopted and referred to the Committees on Finance on 2/16/2024. This bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Ways and Means on 3/7/2024. This bill passed its second reading on 3/22/2024. This bill had its third reading in the second chamber on 4/5/2024. This bill received a notice of disagreement on 4/12/2024.

ID

Idaho

Idaho Bill: H.B. 737

About this bill: IN VITRO FERTILIZATION – Amends existing law to establish definitions and provisions regarding in vitro fertilization.

Current Status: This bill was introduced, read for the first time, and was referred to JRA for Printing on 3/22/2024. 

Idaho Bill: H.B. 400

About this bill: Amends existing law to redesignate the terms “fetus” and “stillborn fetus” to “preborn child” and “stillborn child.”

Current Status: This bill was introduced, read for the first time, referred to JRA for Printing, and referred to State Affairs on 1/18/2024. 

Idaho Bill: H.B. 381

About this bill: Amends existing law to redesignate the terms “fetus” and “stillborn fetus” to “preborn child” and “stillborn child.”

Current Status: This bill was introduced in the House on 01/09/2024. This bill was reported, printed, and referred to State Affairs on 01/10/2024.

IL

Illinois

Illinois Bill: SB 3147 / H.B. 5309

About this bill: Amends the Parentage Act of 2015. Provides that regardless of how paternity is established under this Act, an allocation of parental responsibilities and child support must also be established under the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act.

Current Status: This bill was introduced on 2/6/2024. This bill was assigned to the Judiciary Committee on 2/14/2024. This bill was re-referred to the Assignment Committee on 3/15/2024. 

Illinois Bill: SB 2639

About this bill: Amends the Illinois Insurance Code. Provides that, for a group policy of accident and health insurance providing coverage for more than 25 employees that provides pregnancy related benefits that is issued, amended, delivered, or renewed in this State after the effective date of the amendatory Act, if a covered individual obtains, from a physician licensed to practice medicine.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Assignments Committee on 10/24/2023. This bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Insurance on 01/24/2024. This bill was placed on the Calendar Order for April 9, 2024.

Illinois Bill: SB 2623

About this bill: Amends the Illinois Insurance Code. Requires an individual or group policy of accident and health insurance amended, delivered, issued, or renewed in the State after June 1, 2024 to provide coverage for expenses for standard fertility preservation services and follow-up services related to that coverage. 

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Assignments Committee on 10/24/2023. This bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Insurance on 01/24/2024. This bill was placed on the Senate Calendar on 3/13/2024. This bill arrived in the House on 4/12/2024. 

Illinois Bill: HB 4112

About this bill: Amends the Illinois Insurance Code. Provides that no group policy of accident and health insurance providing coverage for more than 25 employees that provides pregnancy related benefits may be issued, amended, delivered, or renewed in this State on or after January 1, 2025 unless the policy contains coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility.

Current Status: This bill was prefilled on 07/25/2023. This bill was referred to the House Committee on Rules on 10/18/2023. This bill was placed on the calendar order for a third reading on 4/10/2024.

IN

Indiana

Indiana Bill: H.B. 1370 

About this bill: Modifies the definition of "human being" in the criminal code to include an unborn child. Removes applicability language concerning certain abortions in the wrongful death or injury of a child statutes. Clarifies the duress defense relating to culpability. Repeals the section that provides that the homicide chapter does not apply to certain abortions. Removes language from the murder, manslaughter, and involuntary manslaughter statutes regarding intentionally killing a fetus. Repeals the crime of feticide. Repeals the section that concerns the applicability of certain crimes related to abortion, the termination of a pregnancy, or the killing of a fetus. Provides that the homicide and battery chapters apply to a victim who is an unborn child.

Current status: This bill was introduced, read for the first time, and was referred to the Committee on Courts and Criminal Code on 01/10/2024.

IA

Iowa

Iowa Bill: H.F. 2575

About this bill: A bill for an act relating to the nonconsensual causing of death of, or serious injury to, an unborn person, and providing penalties.

Current Status: This bill was introduced on 2/19/2024, and then this bill passed the House on 3/7/2024. This bill died in the Senate Judiciary Committee on 3/15/2024.

Iowa Bill: H.F. 2256

About this bill: A bill for an act relating to the treatment of an unborn child for the purposes of damages for wrongful death, the defense of compulsion, homicide and related crimes, and assault, making penalties applicable, and including effective date and applicability provisions.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the House Committee on Judiciary on 2/1/2024.

KS

Kansas

Kansas Bill: S.B. 554 

About this bill: Providing that a fertilized human ovum or embryo existing outside the uterus of a human body shall not be considered an unborn child or human being.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Committee on Federal and State Affairs on 3/19/2024.

Kansas Bill: H.B. 2492

About this bill: Prohibiting abortion procedures except when necessary to save the life of the pregnant woman and providing a private cause of action for civil enforcement of such prohibition.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Committee on Health and Human Services on 1/10/2024. This bill was withdrawn from the Committee on Health and Human Services and was referred to the Committee on Federal and State Affairs on 3/21/2024. This bill was withdrawn from the Committee on Federal and State Affairs and was rereferred to the Committee on Health and Human Services on 3/28/2024.

KY

Kentucky

Kentucky Bill: H.B. 373

About this bill: AN ACT relating to protecting access to in vitro fertilization.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Committee on Health Services on 3/1/2024.

Kentucky Bill: H.B. 301

About this bill: AN ACT relating to assisted reproduction.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Committee on Committees on 2/29/2024.

Kentucky Bill: H.B. 757

About this bill: Create a new section of KRS Chapter 216 to protect access to assisted reproductive technology; create a new section of KRS Chapter 311 to declare that a fertilized human egg or human embryo that exists outside of the uterus of a human body shall not be considered an unborn child, a minor child, a natural person, or any other term that connotes a human being for any purpose under state law.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Committee on Health Services on 2/26/2024.

Kentucky Bill: H.B. 711 

About this bill: AN ACT relating to abortion.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the House Committee on Committees on 2/26/2024. 

Kentucky Bill: S. B. 110

About this bill: Amend KRS 403.211 to allow a child support action to be filed at any time following conception in the county where the mother resides.

Current Status: This bill was introduced on 1/16/2024. This bill was sent to the Judiciary Committee on 3/15/2024. 

LA

Louisiana

Louisiana Bill: H.B. 833

About this bill: CIVIL/LAW: Provides relative to in vitro fertilization.

Current Status: This bill was read by title and was referred to the Committee on Civil Law and Procedure on 4/3/2024. 

Louisiana Bill: H.B. 742

About this bill: LIABILITY: Provides for immunity from civil and criminal liability for in vitro fertilization service providers.

Current Status: Filed on March 18. This bill was read by title, under the rules, and was referred to the Committee on Civil Law and Procedure on 3/19/2024.

Louisiana Bill: SB312

About this bill: CHILDREN: Provides for the Adoption Awareness Act.

Current Status: This bill was pre-filed and provisionally referred to the Committee on Health and Welfare on 3/1/2024. This bill was introduced in the Senate and referred to the Committee on Health and Welfare on 3/11/2024. 

Louisiana Bill: H.B. 60

About this bill: CRIME: Provides relative to the unauthorized use of sperm, ovum, or embryo.

Current Status: This bill was prefiled on 2/6/2024. 

ME

Maine

Maine Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Maine, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

MD

Maryland

Maryland Bill: H.B. 0985

About this bill: Maryland Medical Assistance Program - Coverage for Fertility Treatment and Preservation Services - Study.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and had its first Reading in Health and Government Operations on 2/5/2024.

MI

Michigan

Michigan Bill: HB5207

About this bill: The assisted reproduction and surrogacy parentage act.

Current Status: This bill was introduced in the House on 10/24/2023. This bill was referred to the House Committee on Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety on 11/09/2023. The Michigan Senate voted to pass the Michigan Family Protection Act and sent the bill to the Governor on 3/19/2024.

Michigan Bill HR0115 

About this bill: A resolution to condemn the practice of abortion and to recognize the sanctity of life, prior to birth.

Current Status: Referred To Committee On Government Operations on 06/06/2023.

MA

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Bill: H1713/ S947

About this bill: For legislation to provide that every child have the same rights and protections under law as any other child without regard to the marital status, gender, gender identity, or sexual orientation of the parent or parents.

Current status: Senate and House concurred on 02/16/2023.

Massachusetts Bill: H1041/S598

About this bill: Legislation relative to preserving fertility.

Current status: Senate and House concurred on 02/16/2023. There is a hearing in the House scheduled for 10/17/2023 from 09:30 AM-01:00 PM in A-2 and virtual. And in the Senate, a hearing was rescheduled for 10/17/2023 from 09:30 AM-01:00 PM in A-2 and virtual. On 3/17/2024, this bill was reported favorably by the committee and referred to the Senate Committee on Health Care Financing.

Massachusetts Bill Number: S622

About this bill: Relative to LGBTQ family building

Current status: Introduced on 02/16/2023. This bill has a hearing scheduled on 09/26/2023. This bill was reported favorably by the committee and was referred to the Senate Commitee on Health Care Financing on 3/7/2024.

Massachusetts Bill Number: S678

About this bill: To improve sickle cell care

Current status: Hearing scheduled for 11/14/2023. 

MN

Minnesota

Minnesota Bill: HF1658 / SF1704

About this bill: Coverage requirement for infertility treatment

Current status: Introduced in the House and referred to Commerce Finance and Policy on 02/12/2023. Introduced in the Senate on 02/16/2023. Passed the Senate Commerce Committee and referred to Senate HHS Committee on 03/08/2023. SF1704 added to Senate Omnibus HHS bill SF 2995, but fertility provision did not stay in the final Conference Committee Report that passed on 5/22/23. The Minnesota Building Families Act passed out of the House Commerce Committee on 3/7/2024, and is now in the House Health Committee.

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Minnesota Bill: H.F. 3567 / S.F. 3504

About this bill:  The Uniform Parentage Act enacted.

Current status: This bill was introduced, read for the first time, and was referred to the Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Committee on 2/12/2024. This bill was given a committee report to adopt as amended and was re-referred to the Health, Finance, and Policy Committee on 3/11/2024. This bill had a second reading on 4/2/2024. 

Minnesota Bill: H.F. 4564

About this bill: Assisted reproduction rights and responsibilities updated, gestational surrogacy agreement requirements created, genetic surrogacy agreement requirements created, and genetic donation record keeping and information sharing provided.

Current status: This bill was introduced and referred to Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Committee on 3/4/2024.

MS

Mississippi

Mississippi Bill: S.B. 2781

About this bill: Health Insurance Coverage for Fertility Preservation Services Act

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Insurance Committee on 2/19/2024. This bill was failed by the Committee on 3/5/2024. 

Mississippi Bill: S.B. 2153

About this bill: Mississippi Surrogacy and In Vitro Child and Parent Act; enact.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Committee on Public Health and Welfare on 2/2/2024. This bill was failed by committee on 3/5/2024.

MO

Missouri

Missouri Bill: S.B. 1486

About this bill: Modifies the definition of an unborn child to exclude embryos created through in vitro fertilization prior to implantation.

Current status: This bill was introduced on 2/28/2024. This bill got a second reading and was referred to the Senate Health and Welfare Committee on 3/7/2024. 

Missouri Bill: S.B. 1145

About this bill: Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 12/1/2024. This bill was read a second time and referred to the Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee on 1/25/2024.

Missouri Bill: H.B. 1558 

About this bill: Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 12/1/2024. This bill was read a second time on 1/4/2024. 

Missouri Bill: S.B. 1135

About this bill:  Repeals provisions of law relating to abortion.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 1/3/2024. This bill was read for a second time and referred to the Senate Health and Welfare Committee on 1/25/2024. 

Missouri Bill: H.B. 2758

About this bill: Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of abortion.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 2/21/2024.

Missouri Bill: H.B. 2789

About this bill: Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 2/22/2024. 

Missouri Bill: 1508 / S.B. 775

About this bill: Modifies provisions relating to the protection of unborn children.

Current status:This bill was prefilled in the House and in the Senate on 12/01/2023. HB 1508 was withdrawn in the House on 12/13/2023. The Senate bill was read a second time and referred to the Senate Health and Welfare Committee on 01/09/2024.

Missouri Bill: H.B. 1683 

About this bill: This bill creates provisions relating to insurance coverage for fertility treatments.

Current status: This bill was Prefiled on 12/01/2023. This bill was read a second time on 01/04/2024. 

Missouri Bill: H.B. 1616 

About this bill: Modifies provisions relating to the rights of unborn children.

Current status: This bill was Prefiled on 12/01/2023. This bill was read a second time on 01/04/2024. 

Missouri Bill: H.B. 1145/ HB 1558

About this bill: Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos.

Current status: This bill was Prefiled on 12/01/2023. There was a second reading in the House on 01/04/2024. This bill was read a second time and was referred to the Senate Committee on Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee on 01/25/2024.

MT

Montana

Montana Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Montana, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

NE

Nebraska

Nebraska Bill: L.B. 1082

About this Bill: Require coverage for in vitro fertilization for state employees under the Nebraska State Insurance Program.

Current Status: This bill was introduced on 01/09/2024, and then was referred to the Government, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee on 01/10/2024. This bill has a hearing scheduled on 02/02/2024. 

NV

Nevada

Nevada Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Nevada, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

NH

New Hampshire

New Hampshire: S.B. 558

About this bill: Relative to Insurance Coverage for Infertility Treatments, Protection From Discrimination During IVF Treatments, Parental Leave, and Adoption.

Current Status: Introduced and referred to Health and Human Services on 01/03/2024. This bill had a hearing on January 01/17/2024. This bill was reported by committee on 3/28/2024.

NJ

New Jersey

New Jersey Bill: A.R. 125

About this bill:  Condemns Alabama Supreme Court ruling in LePage v. Mobile Infirmary Clinic, P.C.

Current status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Assembly Judiciary Committee on 4/4/2024.

New Jersey Bill: A.R. 122

About this bill:  Condemns Alabama Supreme Court ruling in LePage v. Mobile Infirmary Clinic, P.C. and pending federal legislation, H.R.431; reaffirms freedom of access and protection of reproductive health care services in New Jersey, including IVF.

Current status: This bill was introduced on 3/7/2024. This bill was reported out of the assembly committee with amendments on 3/11/2024. The resolution passed the Assembly and was filed with the Secretary of State on 3/18/2024.

New Jersey Bill: A.3735

About this bill: Establishes the crime of fertility fraud.

Current status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Assembly Community Development and Women's Affairs Committee on 2/22/2024. 

New Jersey Bill: A. 2002 / S. 2870

About this bill:  Requires health insurance coverage of standard fertility preservation services for individuals with certain menstrual disorders resulting in infertility.

Current status: This bill was filed on 01/10/2024. This bill was referred to the Senate Commerce Committee on 3/4/2024. 

New Jersey Bill: S. 1966

About this bill: Revises health insurance coverage requirements for treatment of infertility.

Current status: This bill was filed on 01/10/2024.

New Jersey Bill: S. 2119

About this bill:  Revises requirements for infertility coverage under certain health insurance plans.

Current status: This bill was filed on 01/10/2024.

New Jersey Bill: S3627/ A5235

About this bill: Revises health insurance coverage requirements for treatment of infertility.

Current status:  Introduced on 2/17/2023. This bill was reported out of Asm. Comm. with Amendments, and referred to Assembly Appropriations Committee on 12/11/2023. This bill was reported out of the Assembly Comm. with Amendments on 01/04/2024. This bill passed both the Senate and the House on 1/08/2024. Governor Phil Murphy signed A5235/S3627 into law on 01/12/2024.

NM

New Mexico

New Mexico Legislation

There currently are no active bills in New Mexico, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

NY

New York

New York Bill: A. 9833

About this bill: Relates to medical assistance for patients for infertility treatment.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Health Committee on 4/11/2024. 

New York Bill: S. 8973

About this bill: Expands insurance coverage of in vitro fertilization, removes restrictions of three-cycle coverage for in vitro fertilization.

Current Status: This bill was referred to the Insurance Committee on 4/42024.

New York Bill: A. 9961

About this bill: Provides for insurance and medicaid coverage for standard fertility preservation services provided due to iatrogenic infertility.

Current Status: This bill was referred to insurance on 3/27/2024. 

New York Bill: S. 8682 / A. 9412

About this bill: Provides that any fertilized human ovum or human embryo existing outside of a human uterus shall not be considered an unborn child or human being.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Committee on Health on 2/28/2024. 

New York Bill: S7749

About this bill: Relates to the requirements of surrogacy programs and criteria for surrogacy agreements; provides for gamete donation matched agreement and gamete donation agency agreement; specifies a gamete donor's bill of rights and a bill of rights of donor-conceived.

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Rules Committee on 11/13/2023.

New York Bill: A4921A / S5107A

About this bill: Relates to the requirements of surrogacy programs and criteria for surrogacy arrangements.

Current Status: Introduced in the Senate and Referred to the Judiciary Committee on 02/22/2023. Introduced in the Assembly and Referred to the Judiciary Committee on 02/27/2023. This bill was in the Assembly Rules Committee and on the Senate floor calendar on 06/08/2023. This bill was referred to an Assembly committee on 01/03/2024. This bill was amended and recommitted to the Senate Committee on Judiciary on 02/02/2024.

New York Bill: S06118 / A6177

About this bill: Establishes "The Equity in Fertility Treatment Act"; relates to the definition of infertility and health insurance coverage for the treatment of infertility.

Current Status: Introduced in the Senate on 03/30/2023. Introduced in the Assembly on 04/03/2023. This bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Insurance on 01/03/2024.

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New York Bill: A8390

About this bill: Provides a tax deduction for fertility preservation services in an amount up to $1,000.

Current status: This bill was introduced on 12/13/2023. This bill was referred to the Assembly Committee on Ways and Means on 01/03/2024.

New York Bill: A02735 / S02122

About this bill: Enacts the “donor conceived person protection act”

Current status: Introduced in the Senate on 01/18/2023. Introduced in the Assembly and referred to Health on 01/27/2023. Reported and Committed to the Finance Committee in the Senate on 05/17/2023. Referred to the Assembly Committee on Health and the Senate Committee on Health on 01/03/2024. This bill was amended and recommitted to the Health Committee on 01/16/2024. This bill was reported and committed to the Senate Committee on Finance on 2/6/2024.

New York Bill: S00080

About this bill: Creates a private right of action for fertility fraud; adds a health care practitioner using human reproductive material from the practitioner or from a donor knowing or who reasonably should have known that such patient had not expressly consented to such use, to the crime of aggravated sexual abuse in the fourth degree.

Current status: Introduced and referred to codes on 1/4/2023. This bill was referred to Codes on 01/03/2024. 

NC

North Carolina

North Carolina Legislation

There currently are no active bills in North Carolina, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

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ND

North Dakota

North Dakota Legislation

There currently are no active bills in North Dakota, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

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OH

Ohio

Ohio Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Ohio, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

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Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

OK

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Bill: H.B. 3013

About this bill:  Abortion-inducing drugs; defining terms; trafficking drugs; exceptions; felony; effective date.

Current status: This bill passed the House and was sent to the Senate on 3/25/2024. This bill had its first reading in the second chamber on 3/18/2024. This bill was read a second time and was referred to the Judiciary Committee on 3/27/2024.

Oklahoma Bill: S.B. 1334

About this bill: Health insurance; creating Corinne's Law; requiring coverage of standard fertility preservation services for certain enrollees of a health benefit plan; specifying terms of coverage.

Current status: This bill is prefiled and will be introduced on 02/05/2024. This bill will be read and referred to the Retirement and Insurance Committee and then to the Appropriations Committee on 02/06/2024. This bill was referred to the Appropriations Committee on 2/13/2024. This bill passed the Senate on March 12 by a 38-8 vote. This bill had a second reading and was referred to Appropriations and Budget on 3/25/2024.

Oklahoma Bill: H.B. 4135

About this bill: Infertility insurance coverage; Promoting Pregnancy Act; insurance coverage; state employees; terms; effective date.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 02/05/2024. This bill had a second reading and was referred to the House Committee on Rules on 02/06/2024.

Oklahoma Bill: H.B. 3841

About this bill: Infertility insurance coverage; infertility care; terms; effective date.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 02/05/2024. This bill had a second reading and was referred to the House Committee on Insurance on 02/06/2024.

Oklahoma Bill: S.B. 1886

About this bill: Abortion; modifying and removing exceptions; removing certain definitions. Emergency.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 02/05/2024. This bill had a second reading and was referred to the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services on 02/06/2024.

Oklahoma Bill: H.B. 3216

About this bill: Abortion; Oklahoma Life is a Human Right Act; definitions; prescriptions and medications; civil liability; certain procedure; refusal of treatment; physician records; State Department of Health; exception; conduct unprofessional; revocation of license; civil action; Attorney General; right to intervene; severability; effective date.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 02/05/2024. This bill was reported favorably on 02/06/2024.

Oklahoma Bill: S.B. 1729

About this bill: Abortion; creating the Abolition of Abortion Act; modifying applicability of provisions relating to homicide. Emergency.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 02/05/2024. This bill had a second reading and was referred to the Senate Committee on Judiciary on 02/06/2024.

Oklahoma Bill: S.B. 1796

About this bill: Abortion; removing definition; modifying certain exception. Emergency.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 02/05/2024. This bill had a second reading and was referred to the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services on 02/06/2024.

Oklahoma Bill: S.B. 1775

About this bill: Abortion; modifying certain violation and penalty. Effective date.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 02/05/2024. This bill had a second reading and was referred to the Senate Committee on Judiciary on 02/06/2024.

Oklahoma Bill: S.J.R. 30

About this bill: Constitutional amendment; equating rights of unborn persons to rights of born persons; prohibiting performance of abortion; providing exception.

Current status: This bill was introduced and read for the first time on 02/05/2024. This bill had a second reading and was referred to the Senate Committee on Rules on 02/06/2024.

 

 

OR

Oregon

Oregon Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Oregon, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

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PA

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Bill: HB1383

About this bill: In casualty insurance, providing for fertility preservation coverage.

Current status: Introduced and referred to insurance on 06/22/2023.

Pennsylvania Bill: HB1383

About this bill: An Act amending the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.682, No.284), known as The Insurance Company Law of 1921, in casualty insurance, providing for infertility care coverage.

Current status: Introduced and referred to Insurance on 06/14/2023.

Pennsylvania Bill: SB602

About this bill: An Act amending the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.682, No.284), known as The Insurance Company Law of 1921, in casualty insurance, providing for infertility care coverage.

Current status: Introduced and referred to Banking and Insurance on 04/17/2023.

RI

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Bill: S.B. 2946

About this bill: An Act Relating To Insurance -- Accident And Sickness Insurance Policies (Mandates All Insurance Plans Provide Insurance Coverage For Diagnosing And Treating Infertility For Women Between The Ages Of 25 And 42 Years Including Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (Pgd) In Conjunction With In Vitro Fertilization (Ivf).)

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on 4/2/2024. 

Rhode Island Bill: H.B. 8025

About this bill: An Act Relating To Health And Safety -- Reproductive Tissue Safety And Storage Act Of 2024 (Creates The "Reproductive Tissue Safety And Storage Act Of 2024.").

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the House Health & Human Services Committee on 3/15/2024.

Rhode Island Bill: S.B. 2074

About this bill: An Act Relating To Health And Safety -- Embryo Safety And Storage (Creates The "Embryo Safety And Storage Act Of 2024." The Act Requires The Department Of Health To Regulate And License Embryo Storage Facilities.)

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on 1/12/2024.

Rhode Island Bill: S.B. 2396/ H.B. 7877

About this bill: An Act Relating To Insurance -- Accident And Sickness Insurance Policies (Mandates Insurance Policies, Provides Coverage To Diagnose & Treat Infertility For Women Between 25 & 42 Years, Including Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis (Pgd) In Conjunction With In Vitro Fertilization (Ivf).)

Current Status: This bill was introduced and referred to the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on 2/12/2024. This bill was scheduled for a hearing on 4/2/2024.

SC

South Carolina

South Carolina Bill: H.B. 5157

About this bill: H.B. Human Embryos.

Current Status: This bill was introduced, read for the first time, and referred to the Committee on Judiciary on 2/27/2024. 

South Carolina Bill: S.B. 1121

About this bill: Assistive Reproductive Technologies Protection Act.

Current Status: This bill was introduced, read for the first time, and referred to the Committee on Judiciary on 2/28/2024. 

SD

South Dakota

South Dakota Legislation

There currently are no active bills in South Dakota, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

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TN

Tennessee

Tennessee Bill: H.B. 2064/ S.B. 1935 

About this bill: insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies - As introduced, on or after January 1, 2025, requires a health carrier that issues or renews a health insurance policy, health benefit plan, or contract of accident or health insurance providing benefits for medical or hospital expenses to provide coverage for the expenses of standard fertility services for patients with iatrogenic infertility; excludes employer-sponsored health plans.

Current Status: This bill was introduced in the House and the Senate on 01/24/2024. This bill was withdrawn in the House and in the Senate on 1/31/2024.

Tennessee Bill: S.B. 2629 / H.B. 2549

About this bill: requires a health carrier that issues or renews a health insurance policy, health benefit plan, or contract of accident or health insurance providing benefits for medical or hospital expenses to provide coverage for the expenses of standard fertility services for patients with infertility as the result of cancer treatment.

Current Status: This bill was introduced on 1/31/2024. This bill was assigned to the House Insurance Subcommittee on 2/6/2024.

Tennessee Bill: H.B. 2957 / S.B. 2880 

About this bill: As introduced, deletes the Class B misdemeanor of parentage fraud. - Amends TCA Title 36 and Title 39.

Current Status: This bill was introduced on 1/31/2024. This bill was placed on the Senate Judiciary Committee Calendar for 2/20/2024. This bill was placed on s/c call children and family affairs subcommittee on 3/11/2024. This bill was failed by committee on 3/26/2024. This bill was assigned to the General Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee on 4/1/2024.

TX

Texas

Texas Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Texas, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

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UT

Utah

Utah Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Utah, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

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Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

VT

Vermont

Vermont Bill: H. 777

About this bill: An act relating to donor-conceived persons and gamete agencies, gamete banks, and fertility clinics.

Current status: This bill was introduced, read, and referred to the Committee on Health Care on 01/12/2024.

Vermont Bill: H. 745

About this bill: An act relating to the Vermont Parentage Act.

Current status: This bill was introduced, read, and referred to the Committee on Health Care on 01/12/2024. This bill passed the House on 2/23/2024. This bill was read for the first time and was referred to the Senate Committee on Judiciary on 2/28/2024.

VA

Virginia

Virginia Bill: HB 278/ SB 333

About this bill: State plan for medical assistance services; fertility preservation treatments, etc.
 
Status: Introduced and referred to the House
Committee on Health and Human Services on 01/05/2024. Introduced in the Senate on 01/09/2024. This bill was left unfinished in the Appropriations Committee on 2/13/2024. 
 

Virginia Bill: HB 560

About this bill: Health insurance; coverage option for fertility services; essential health benefits benchmark plan.

Status: Introduced and referred to the House Committee on Labor and Commerce on 01/09/2024. This bill was assigned to Labor and Commerce Subcommittee #1 on 01/16/2024. This bill was left unfinished in the Appropriations Committee on 2/13/2024. 

Virginia Bill: H.J. 60

About this bill: Study; sickle cell disease in the Commonwealth; report.
 
Status: This bill was prefiled on 01/10/2024. This bill was referred to the House Studies Subcommittee on 01/25/2024. This bill was left unfinished in the Rules Committee on 2/13/2024. 
 

Virginia Bill: H.B. 274

About this bill: Presumption of compensability of infertility for firefighters.
 
Status: This bill was introduced in the House on 01/05/2024. The Subcommittee recommends reporting with amendments on 01/18/2024. This bill was referred to the House Subcommittee on Compensation and Retirement on 01/23/2024. This bill was reported out of the Subcommittee on February 5th, and will be continued to 2025 in Appropriations by voice vote. 
 

WA

Washington

Washington Bill: SB5204 / HB1151

About this bill: Washington State Building Families Act mandates coverage for fertility services.

Current Status: HB 1151 prefiled in the House on 1/5/2023; referred to Health Care & Wellness on 1/9/23; hearing held on 1/18/23; amended and passed out of Committee on 2/8/2023; referred to Appropriations on 2/10/2023; hearing scheduled for 2/20/2023. SB 5204 prefiled in the Senate on 1/6/2023; referred to Health and Long Term Care on 1/9/2023; Introduced in the Senate. First reading and referred to the Health and Long Term Care on 01/09/2023. Scheduled for a hearing in the House Appropriations Committee on 02/20/23. Passed House Appropriations Committee on 02/27/2023. Passed the third reading in the House on 03/08/2023. There was an executive session scheduled, but no action was taken in the Senate Committee on Health and Long Term care on 03/28/2023. By resolution, this bill was returned to the House Rules Committee for a third reading on 04/23/2023. This bill was reintroduced and retained in present status on 01/08/2024, and was placed on a third reading on 01/16/2024. This bill failed to pass from the House to the Senate.

Washington Bill: H.B. 2500 

About this bill: Protecting Access to Assisted Reproductive Services.

Current Status: This bill had a first reading and was referred to the House Health Care and Wellness Committee on 3/5/2024. 

WV

West Virginia

West Virginia Bill: H.B. 4024 / S.B. 250

About this bill: Requiring medical insurance providers to include infertility services in their policies.

Status: Introduced in the House and referred to the House Committee on Banking and Insurance on 01/10/2024.

West Virginia Bill: S.B. 575

About this bill: Assisted Reproduction Act.

Status: This bill was introduced in the Senate and referred to the Senate Committee on Health and Human Resources on 01/26/2024. This bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Judiciary on 2/12/2024. This bill was assigned for a third and final reading on 2/26/2024. This bill was referred to the House Judiciary Committee on 2/27/2024.

West Virginia Bill: S.B. 284

About this bill: Fetal Heartbeat Act.

Status: This bill was Introduced in the Senate and referred to the Senate Committee on Health and Human Resources on 01/11/2024.

West Virginia Bill: H.B. 4464

About this bill: Life at Conception Act of 2024.

Status: This bill was introduced in the House and referred to the House Judiciary on 01/10/2024.

WY

Wyoming

Wyoming Legislation

There currently are no active bills in Wyoming, but there are ways you can still advocate on behalf of the family building community:

Learn how to educate local lawmakers and the issues our community cares about. Download the official RESOLVE State Advocacy Toolkit. 

Join the largest network of passionate family building advocates. Sign up for the RESOLVE Advocacy Network (RAN). 

Connect with others through our Facebook Group. This group has advocates from across the country who are working in their states and/or at the federal level to bring about positive family building legislation and change. In this group, you can connect with mentors, ask questions, and meet other advocates in your state, and more.

WI

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Bill: S.B. 1011

About this bill:  Relating to: abortion if the probable postfertilization age of an unborn child is 14 or more weeks and requires a referendum.

Current status: This bill was introduced, read for the first time, and referred to the Committee on Licensing, Constitution, and Federalism on 2/8/2024. This bill failed to pass pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1 on 4/15/2024.

Wisconsin Bill: A.B. 975

About this bill: Abortion if the probable postfertilization age of an unborn child is 14 or more weeks and requires a referendum.

Current status: This bill was read for the first time and referred to the Committee on Licensing, Constitution, and Federalism on 2/8/2024. 

Wisconsin Bill: AB 766

About this bill: This bill requires self-insured governmental health plans and health care coverage plans offered by the state to its employees that cover medical or hospital expenses to cover diagnosis of and treatment for infertility and standard fertility preservation services.

Current status: This bill was introduced and referred to Assembly committee on December 6, 2023.

Wisconsin Bill: AB43

About this bill: State finances and appropriations, constituting the executive budget act of the 2023 legislature.

Current status: Introduced on 02/15/23. There was an Agency briefing held by the joint committee on Finance on 03/28/2023. Public hearing held by joint committee on Finance on 04/05/2023. Public hearing held by joint committee on Finance on 04/26/2023. Executive action taken by joint committee on Finance on 05/18/2023. The Joint Committee on Finance recommended the amended report on 06/27/2023.

Wisconsin Bill: 766

About this bill: Relating to: coverage of infertility services under self-insured governmental health plans and health policies and plans offered to state employees, and granting rule-making authority.

Current status: Referred to Assembly committee on December 6, 2023.