The Importance of Infertility Advocacy for Advocacy Day

The Importance of Infertility Advocacy for Advocacy Day | RESOLVE New England

This Wednesday our Executive Director, Erin Lasker, joins RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association as they head to Capitol Hill to lead volunteer advocates from all over the country to advocate for the infertility community. This year, the focus issues are on getting an infertility tax credit reintroduced into Congress and getting the Women Veterans and […]

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Legislative Victory in New Hampshire

New Hampshire House Bill 217 Veto Victory

Today, the New Hampshire House voted to uphold the Governor’s veto of House Bill 217, effectively killing this piece of legislation that could have greatly impacted the New Hampshire infertility community’s access to care. A Special Message from Our Executive Director, Erin Lasker: On behalf of RESOLVE New England, I want to thank all of […]

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RESOLVE New England’s Grassroots Advocacy Efforts Prevail for the New Hampshire Infertility Community

New Hampshire House Bill 217 Veto Victory

(Waltham, MA – June 18, 2012) RESOLVE New England thanks New Hampshire Governor John Lynch for protecting his constituents’ access to in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments in his state with his veto of House Bill 217. In a vote of 18 to 6 on May 17, 2012, the New Hampshire State Senate passed House Bill […]

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HB 217 and Its Impact on IVF Treatment in New Hampshire

NH Advocacy Alert

(Waltham, MA – May 1, 2012) On behalf of the more than 28,000 couples in New Hampshire who are trying to have a baby despite their infertility, we at RESOLVE New England and with the support of RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association urge New Hampshire lawmakers to vote No on HB 217. House Bill (HB) […]

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