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ALBANY, N.Y. - AARP New York and the Public Utility Law Project (PULP) today voiced strong opposition to a proposal from utility regulators and NYSEG/RG&E to raise the utility companies’ rates and enact other measures over the next three years.
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NYers Who Lost Income from Economic Downturn Protected from Loss of Electric, Telephone and Water Service
Legislation Requires Annual Pandemic Emergency Plans, 2-Month Supply of PPE, Daily Communication & Virtual Visitation with Families
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Bills Would Ban Utility Terminations, Facilitate Voting & Telehealth, Study COVID-19 Impact on NYers of Color & More
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Testifies at Joint State Legislative Hearing on ‘Exploring Solutions to the Disproportionate Impact of COVID-19 on Minority Communities’
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Will Serve on Volunteer Board Overseeing AARP’s New York State Office
ALBANY, N.Y.— In the wake of a report of 98 potentially coronavirus-related deaths at a single New York City nursing home, AARP New York State Director Beth Finkel issued the following statement:
1199SEIU, Asian American Federation, Hispanic Federation, NAACP, Urban League Join AARP NY in Calling for Increased Efforts to Protect Residents, Worker
AARP Deeply Concerned by Cuts to Medicaid-Funded Long-Term Care; Urges Revisiting in Near Future
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Urge Rx Price Control Board, ‘EPIC’ Expansion in New State Budget Due April 1
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