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What is The Center for Infertility Justice?
The Center is where RESOLVE brings together its advocates, supporters, partners, and like-minded organizations to effectively study, defend, and promote infertility. The goals of the Center are to promote access to care for all who need it, fight any attempts to restrict or eliminate that care, and provide research and data to support positive public policy for the infertility community. 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. Thank you to the corporations who support RESOLVE's advocacy efforts.
RESOLVE works with advocacy volunteers to ensure equal access to all family building options for men and women experiencing infertility or other reproductive disorders. In 2013, RESOLVE anticipates that there will be legislation introduced in every state that could negatively impact access to family building options. Find out what is happening in your state.
RESOLVE works with Members of Congress and their staff to make sure that the voice of the infertility community is heard.
RESOLVE opposes all Personhood initiatives and urges all Americans to vote against any anti-family legislation as it undermines access to safe and reliable infertility medical treatments. Many states have introduced personhood bills or ballot initiatives this year. Find out more about these initiatives and how you can get involved in advocacy efforts that fight against these initiatives in your state.
It's time for people with infertility to stop being ignored. It’s time for us to ask that our government to do something positive for our community. People with infertility deserve access to family building options when cost is a barrier to parenthood. Join us at Advocacy Day 2013.
The Center for Infertility Justice blog is the only blog dedicated to talking about public policy that impacts the infertility community. Whether you are trying to build your family or a professional in this community – this blog is a “must read.”
Every year we are fighting anti-family bills in more and more states. We need you today. We need you to help build our state advocacy infrastructure so that we are prepared to fight back in all 50 states at any time.
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