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Stay up-to-date on federal and state legislative activities. Learn how AARP is fighting for you in Washington D.C. and right here at home.
Discover how AARP's advocacy for work and save legislation is addressing the retirement crisis and empowering individuals across generations.
Join us in our latest episode of 'Nothing But a Number' as we unravel the complexities of retirement savings legislation in Georgia with AARP Georgia's Alice Bennett and financial expert Lee Baker.
February witnessed AARP Georgia spearheading events that transcended mere gatherings, becoming milestones in the pursuit of advocacy, financial security, and cultural enrichment.
Legislation would provide workers with an easy way to save for retirement.
This event promises to be a powerful demonstration of civic engagement and community advocacy.
More than half of private-sector workers in Georgia — about 2.1 million people — don’t have a workplace retirement savings plan. And more than half of respondents in a recent poll are very or somewhat anxious about having enough money for retirement.
For the first time since AARP began publishing the Scorecard in 2011, more than half of Medicaid long-term care dollars nationwide for older adults and people with physical disabilities went to home- and community-based services instead of nursing homes and other institution.
The calls for fair prescription drug prices are growing louder across the nation, and AARP has taken a leading role in what a majority of Americans now see as a necessary fight.
AARP Georgia is offering a new take on the popular board game.
The Georgia Caregivers Act will bring much needed support to family caregivers and AARP urges Governor Kemp to sign the bill into law.
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