State Legislation

Public policymakers, employers and insurers in Wisconsin have been slow to recognize infertility as a disease. The time to change this is NOW!. We believe that people should not have to spend their life savings, second mortgage their home, or incur thousands of dollars of/in debt to treat a disease and to fulfill a fundamental aspect of life the desire to bear children and raise a family.

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Wisconsin's fertility grade is.... C 

Our state does NOT current have a law covering fertility treatments and/or fertility preservation.

There are 172,307 women in Wisconsin, regardless of martial status, who have experienced physical difficulty in getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to live birth.

Legislative Proposals

Legislation to remove barriers to ensure all Wisconsinites can achieve their dreams of becoming parents!

SJR 39 - Proclaiming April 18-24 National Infertility Awareness Week

Resolution Authors: Senator Kelda Roys (D-Madison) & Representative Jodi Emerson (D-Eau Claire)