The AARP Bulletin

caregiver
For the more than 800,000 caregivers in Massachusetts who are feeling the strain of caregiving, AARP is offering a virtual seminar on available resources.
Augusta, Maine, USA
After a long winter and, for many, continued isolation during the pandemic, AARP Maine encourages its members and their families to safely take advantage of the great outdoors right in their backyard.
Maine capitol
AARP Maine is looking for virtual advocates to join its team to fight for the issues that residents 50-plus care about including health care, affordable utilities and livable communities. 
Fraud
AARP Delaware is pushing for changes to state law that would add price gouging during a national emergency and consumer fraud on social media to the definition of “unfair business practices.” 
Woman walking on a path
AARP Alaska has teamed up with the national nonprofit FitLot in a nationwide initiative to support the creation of outdoor fitness parks in each state and territory that it serves.
driver
AARP has helped more than 19 million people 50 and older become safer, better drivers over the years. 
Prescription medicine and money
Two new laws the state legislature passed this year tackle the high cost of prescription drugs. Both take effect Aug. 1.
Senior couple hiking in sunny woods
AARP is encouraging Wisconsinites to enjoy the state park system on their own through its Passport to the Outdoors program. Participants who log their trips to state parks may receive giveaways. 
Montana Capital
Now that the recent state legislative session is over, AARP Montana has created the 2021 Legislative Roundup, to provide a summary of priority measures the office worked on during the session and the lawmakers who supported them.
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AARP Illinois is leading an education campaign on accessory dwelling units (ADUs) to increase awareness of a new Chicago ordinance that permits the dwellings in five zones. 
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