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Gas Delivery Rates Would Jump as Much as 40% Under Joint Proposal by Con Ed, State Regulatory Staff ALBANY, N.Y. – AARP New York today urged Governor Andrew Cuomo and the state Public Service Commission (PSC) to reject a $1.2 billion Consolidated Edison rate hike agreement between the utility company and PSC staff – which would raise gas delivery rates by 25% to 40% and electric delivery rates by 15%.
Tens of millions of Americans rely every day on prescription drugs to maintain their health and continue to live active and productive lives. That includes nearly 4 million New Yorkers with cancer, diabetes or heart disease. It’s unfair that Americans pay the highest brand name prescription drug prices in the world and that many older Americans have to choose between filling their prescriptions and buying food.
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AARP invites you to attend a free workshop that explores an aspect of retirement that financial and retirement planners often overlook – the internal side. Join us in Clifton Park for a three hour workshop that explores the internal shift and transition that retirement presents, led by Audrey Seidman.
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The AARP NY Corner and Univision 41 discuss how to correctly count all the inhabitants of the country, and what job opportunities in the 2020 Census Bureau are available. It's important that everyone knows how vital it is to participate and how much of an impact it could make in our community.
Connect with AARP New York and enjoy discount tickets to Jay Leno and John Malkovich at the Bardavon 1869 Opera House.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - AARP New York leaders joined dozens of AARP state directors and volunteers from across the country in Washington, D.C. this week to urge federal lawmakers to pass legislation to lower prescription drug prices.
100+ Elected Officials, Policymakers, Planners Gather in Buffalo for AARP NY Livability SummitBrainstorm Ways to Make Communities More Livable for Residents of All Ages BUFFALO, N.Y. —Over 100 government officials, policymakers and community planners from across New York State and beyond gathered in Buffalo today for AARP New York’s 3rd annual statewide Livability Summit, brainstorming ways to make communities in Western New York and across the state more livable for residents of all ages.
The Network of Age-Friendly Communities in New York and forward-thinking communities across the state are increasing their focus on livability, walkability, community health, economic development and how these issues impact people of all ages. As New York State government, local governments, community partners, innovators, planners and the aging advocacy network chart their course in livability, AARP New York is pleased to convene leaders in this work. Please join us for the Third Annual Leading on Livability Summit:
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