Schueneman becomes lead advocate for Coloradans 50-plus, calls attention to Social Security, health care, affordable housing, utility rate hikes and continues to fight big pharmaceutical greed
Erlinda Archuleta and Irene Martinez Jordan are two of 15 AARP Colorado Legislative Advocates tasked with examining bills proposed to the legislature this 2023 session. They determine how the laws would impact older Coloradans, as well as future generations.
AARP helped save Colorado Xcel customers nearly $124 million, thwarting the energy company’s unfair natural gas rate hike proposal and its ongoing “pancaking” of rate increases
Dora Valdez, the widow of the late community activist Bernie Valdez, walked along side her husband and made change behind the scenes for Colorado Latinos, as well as the community as a whole.
AARP Colorado is taking to the airwaves through Telemundo to alert Latinos that many of them may qualify for rental payment assistance.
AARP Colorado hosts Votar es Poder/Your Voice is Your Vote to address Hispanic/Latino voter participation in Colorado
While the Affordable Care Act has reduced the number of Colorado Latinos ages 50 to 64 who lack health insurance, many remain unable to afford an individual policy.
Earlier this year, AARP Colorado El Comité member Polly Baca was awarded the Governor’s Citizenship Medal for Vanguard Legacy by Gov. Jared Polis for her lifetime of community leadership.
AARP Colorado’s Jan. 27 Tele-Town Hall with Gov. Polis and Lt. Gov. Primavera allows callers to ask questions about vaccine distribution – no computer necessary
AARP Colorado is working overtime to ensure Latinos in Colorado vote and vote early through mail-in ballots. Those who are waiting to vote in person should stress safety protocols and apply social distancing and wear protective gear, such as masks to cover the nose and mouth always.
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