There are currently three main types of insulin legislation that has been passed:
These states currently have a co-pay price cap set for insulin prescriptions: Colorado (2019), Illinois (2019), Maine (2020), New Mexico (2020), New York (2020), Utah (2020), Virginia (2020), Washington (2020), West Virginia (2020)
These states currently have a version of Kevin's Law available: Arizona (2017), Arkansas (2017), Colorado (2019), Connecticut (2020), Florida (2016), Idaho (2018), Indiana, Illinois (2017), Kentucky (2019), Minnesota (2019), Maryland, New Hampshire, Ohio (2016), Oklahoma (2019), Oregon (2019), Pennsylvania (2018), Tennessee (2018), South Carolina (2020), Utah (2019), West Virginia (2019), Wisconsin (2017)
The only state that currently has an emergency insulin program in effect is Minnesota.
New legislation is always being and there are many bills in progress that are concerned with insulin accessibility. This page will be updated to reflect any changes. Last update: 11/15/2020
Most insulin accessibility legislation is accomplished at the state level through grassroots organizers working with their local legislators.
Major federal insulin access legislation has not yet been proposed. We hope to change this in the coming year. Check back here for updates.