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Advocating for what is important to our members and giving you a voice at the state and federal levels is a priority for AARP Minnesota. Your voice matters. We work with local organizations and town and city officials on making our communities more livable and greater places to age with dignity and purpose.
AARP volunteers are working across the state to educate Floridians on how and where to vote in the state primary, on Tuesday, Aug. 20, and the general election, on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Join the Fight: AARP Florida Launches 'Get Amp'd UP to Keep Rates DOWN' Campaign Against Duke Energy and TECO's Rate Hike Proposals
Florida está ampliando un programa de subvenciones estatales para ayudar a más personas a mejorar sus viviendas para evitar daños causados ​​por huracanes y reducir las primas de seguros.
Florida is expanding a state grant program to help more people upgrade their homes to prevent damage from hurricanes and reduce insurance premiums.
TECO is asking for a total base rate increase of $467.7 million for residential consumers through 2027. Over three years, the total revenue raised from the rate increases would be between $1.14 billion and $1.23 billion. It's unjust that our hard-earned money, meant to cover essential services like electricity, is being used for lobbying efforts that serve the interests of utility companies.
Duke Energy is seeking approval for an $820 million increase from the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC). This rate hike will burden households already struggling with rising costs.
Millions of Florida residents find electric utility issues hard to follow. Regulated by a far-away, low-profile state agency, largely the domain of expensive utilities lawyers, powerful corporations and influential special interest experts, electric utility regulations are often unfair and unfamiliar for customers.
AARP Florida, United Way Miami, Miami-Dade County’s experts in aging and elected officials gathered at Miami-Dade College North campus on Wednesday, May 15th to learn about the issues older adults face and how laws, regulations and public policies can help our community age gracefully and with respect. Expert panelists, including Florida State Senators Ana Maria Rodriguez, Alexis Calatayud and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Raquel Regalado, focused on allowing older adults to maintain their independence as they age by addressing challenges in housing and finding solutions for affordable housing in new and innovative ways.
AARP Florida and United Way Miami invite you to a thought-provoking event that aims to shape the future of aging in Miami-Dade County.
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