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The AARP Bulletin

A financial education campaign by AARP is continuing through the summer with outreach to Chicago’s African American community.
AARP Illinois and Illinois State University are collaborating on a new initiative for the spring semester that will bring student leaders together to discuss how Social Security works and why it matters to Americans of all ages.
Worried about your financial security because your employer does not offer a retirement savings benefit? That is likely to change starting Jan. 1, even for workers at some of Illinois’ smallest companies.
AARP is hitting the road to advocate for and educate Illinois residents about more affordable housing options.
AARP is encouraging Illinois voters to make their voices heard by casting their ballots in the Tuesday, June 28, primaries.
AARP Illinois is leading an education campaign on accessory dwelling units (ADUs) to increase awareness of a new Chicago ordinance that permits the dwellings in five zones.
AARP Illinois this spring will present a virtual performance of the play And In This Corner: Cassius Clay.
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