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Over 172,000 Wisconsinites experience infertility.
Many can't afford the out of pocket costs to cover fertility treatment.
Together we can change that!

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Building Families Alliance

1 in 8 individuals or couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. This does not account for LGBTQ+ or single individuals who may also need fertility treatments. Infertility does not discriminate – it cuts across all socioeconomic levels, and all racial, ethnic and religious lines. The ability to build a family is fundamental and being unable to have a child affects people physically, emotionally, and financially.  

In Wisconsin, doctors, patients, and advocacy organizations are in alliance to introduce and pass model legislation that would make modern, very effective fertility treatments affordable and accessible through required insurance coverage.

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Video of WI Building Families Act Introduction  Press Conference November 8, 2023

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Governor Evers Recognizes National Infertility Awareness Week in Wisconsin with Proclamation

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