Sarah Hollander

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AARP Arizona is urging members to make their voices heard in public hearings on the rate proposal.
Missouri is battling a persistent gap between its high-speed internet haves and have-nots. State officials are seeking input on how to spend a windfall from Washington—of up to $1 billion—to expand broadband access.
According to federal data, identity theft in 2022 became the most prevalent form of fraud reported in Michigan, replacing impostor scams.
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When city and county leaders decide what’s best for their communities—from the type of housing allowed to bus service and park investments—AARP Ohio wants them to consider its 1.5 million members.
AARP Michigan will push for expanding support for home- and community-based care in the 2023 legislative session.
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The state legislature begins its session next month, and AARP Indiana plans to advocate for more support to help Indiana residents live independently.
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MarylandSaves, a new state program offering automatic payroll deduction for Roth IRAs, launched in September, with the aim of making saving for retirement easier for nearly 1 million Maryland workers.
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Cost of living and long-term care needs are top of mind for Indiana voters 50 and older as the Nov. 8 election nears.
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AARP asked gubernatorial candidates Tudor Dixon and Gretchen Whitmer about health care, inflation and other vital issues.
Ohio Votes In Midterm Primary Election
AARP asked Tim Ryan and J.D. Vance about health care, Social Security and other key issues.
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