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Pharmacy Legislative Action Network (PLAN)

PSW's Pharmacy Legislative Action Network (PLAN) connects members with their representatives at the state and national level. PLAN provides sample emails that can be sent directly to elected officials, eliminating the need for you to determine 1) who to contact, 2) how to contact them, and 3) what to say. 

Friends of Pharmacy Fund

The Friends of Pharmacy Fund is a political contribution conduit that allows PSW to contribute to pro-pharmacy candidates in Wisconsin.

Who Are My State Legislators?

Not sure who represents you in the Wisconsin State Assembly or Wisconsin State Senate? Visit this page, enter your voting address, and your elected officials and their contact information will be displayed.

Host a Pharmacy Visit

Inviting your elected officials to your pharmacy can make a lasting impression and gives legislators the opportunity to better understand the issues facing pharmacy today. This section includes tips for scheduling and hosting a pharmacy tour.

Meet With Elected Officials

A personal call or meeting with your elected official provides an opportunity to share information about the role of pharmacy and contemporary pharmacy issues. This section includes tips for meeting with your elected officials.

Legislative Defense Fund

The Legislative Defense Fund supports our advocacy work, including research, lobbyists, attorneys, and communications. By investing in the LDF, you are supporting our efforts to advocate for pro-pharmacy legislation and practice advancement.

Legislator Listening Sessions

A great way to build momentum around an issue is to speak with a legislator at an in-district listening session. These are open meetings when legislators schedule time to hear directly from their constituents about issues of concern. If you are interested in attending a listening session and would like talking points or other guidance, please contact PSW Vice President of Public Affairs Danielle Womack at