State and National Policies
PolicyFPE is committed to expanding access to high-quality comprehensive contraceptive care and State and National policy can (positively or negatively) impact that access. With this in mind, FPE provides data-driven resources for Utah policymakers and advocates who want to make evidence based decisions about contraceptive access and services for their constituents and communities.
We strive to keep an up-to-date list of policies in Utah that impact family planning and publish FPE policy briefs before, during, and after the General Legislative Session.
- HB 65; Abortion Amendments; Rep. Dailey-Provost
- HB 204; Insurance Coverage for in Vitro Fertilization, Rep. Stoddard
- HB 214; Insurance Coverage Modifications, Rep. Ward
- HB 254; Health Care Amendments, Rep. Ward
- HB 264; Infant At Work Pilot Program, Rep. Pitcher
- SB 67S02: Disposition of Fetal Remains, Sen. Bramble
- SB 74: Family Planning Services Amendments, Sen. Kitchen
- SB 136, Healthy Lifestyles Revisions, Sen. Riebe
Family Planning Elevated is committed to providing additional expert consulting and technical assistance on sexual and reproductive health care. Please contact Madeline Mullholand email@example.com) with your inquiry.
Guttmacher-Utah Policy Information
The Guttmacher Institute collects state-level data on publicly funded family planning services, unintended and teen pregnancy, and abortion. The Institute also tracks and analyzes state policies regarding abortion rights and access, minors’ access to services, funding for contraceptive services, sex and HIV education, and other topics related to sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Kaiser-Family Planning Waivers
The Kaiser Family Foundation is a non-profit organization focusing on national health issues, as well as the U.S. role in global health policy. Unlike grant-making foundations, KFF develops and runs its own policy analysis, journalism and communications programs, sometimes in partnership with major news organizations.