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Cristina Rouvalis

AARP volunteers are contacting Connecticut voters to help ensure they’re aware of recent changes to election laws, including moving up the presidential primary date from the last Tuesday in April to the first Tuesday. Voters can also now cast ballots early in person.
While some nursing homes offer quality care, others reap profit while neglecting patient needs, says Rep. Jane Garibay (D-Windsor). That will change under a new state law designed to increase transparency around nursing home ownership.
AARP Connecticut is always seeking more advocacy volunteers to push for legislation that would help improve the lives of older residents.
A new state law has launched MyCTSavings, a state-facilitated retirement savings option for private-sector workers.
AARP Connecticut wants more people to know about heating assistance programs to stay warm this winter.
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