Panorama Park in the city's southeast reopened last August after an $8.5 million overhaul—the largest neighborhood park renovation in city history.
Cybercrime has jumped in Colorado and nationwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic. And while people have largely returned to meeting and shopping in person, online fraud remains stubbornly high.
Pushing for legislation to address age discrimination in the workplace is a top priority for AARP during the Colorado General Assembly’s 2023 legislative session, which begins this month.
Advocates meet weekly during the annual state legislative session and have tracked 119 bills this year so far.
Colorado gained an additional congressional seat in the once-a-decade redistricting process. The newly formed 8th District extends from Denver’s northern suburbs into Weld County.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, AARP Foundation Tax Aide volunteers continue to help Colorado residents prepare tax returns. The program is geared toward low- to middle-income older adults, but services are available to anyone.
A recent survey from AARP ElderWatch and the Colorado Attorney General's Office show disciplined spending habits for most residents over 50. But an increase in online shopping means a rise in fraud.
New laws on affordability and oversight for drug prices and AARP supported a bill that extends the Office of Consumer Counsel, which represents the interests of utility customers in proceedings of the state Public Utilities Commission.
Post-pandemic, AARP Colorado is continuing its robust offering of online fitness, cooking, cultural and other events, developing two to four new classes each week.
Under Colorado law, residents 55 and older who complete the AARP Smart Driver course qualify for a three-year discount on their auto policy premiums, depending on their insurance carrier.
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