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David Hickerson

AARP DC Lobby Day, on June 24 at the Wilson Building, was a time where Councilmembers were informed about legislation that is important to the 50+ population in in Washington, DC. Sixty AARP DC “advocates” participated in the event where the key issues were the CARE Act, updating the Power of Attorney statute, and advancing the transformation of the District into an age-friendly city. AARP DC has worked closely with the Mayor’s Age-Friendly Task Force for the past three years. Age-Friendly DC is an initiative that promotes that all people, regardless of age or ability, actively age and harness their contributions and potential.
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