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The AARP Bulletin

AARP Delaware plans to make the expanded use of accessory dwelling units a key statewide priority in 2024.
Certain low-income tenants in Delaware will be entitled to free legal representation in eviction proceedings and other landlord disputes under a new law supported by AARP Delaware and other groups.
Five Delaware entities won AARP 2023 Community Challenge grants, aimed at helping make communities more livable for all ages. The grantees include:
AARP Delaware will host a telephone town hall to help state residents navigate the complexities of wills and estates.
AARP Delaware will hold a virtual discussion on Wednesday, Sept. 20, to help veterans and their families learn how to spot fraud and to protect themselves.
Delaware residents are a step closer to getting an easy retirement savings option through their employer.
AARP Delaware volunteer Eunice LaFate offers free art classes to help ease the stress of family caregivers. The classes will be at her LaFate Gallery in downtown Wilmington on Wednesdays in May. Sessions are limited to 10 people; registration is required.
Delaware ranked second in the nation per capita in cases of fraud and other reports in 2022, according to Federal Trade Commission data.
Delaware has finally crossed the 1 million population mark, according to updated counts by the U.S. Census Bureau estimating the state’s 2021 population.
A raft of new laws that will help people 50 and older passed the state General Assembly this year.
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