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The AARP Bulletin

AARP Indiana is seeking volunteers for its Hoosier State Action Team—a growing group of volunteers that advocates for older Hoosiers on issues such as Social Security and support for caregivers.
State lawmakers are returning to Indianapolis this month, and AARP Indiana will be advocating for older Hoosiers during the 2024 session.
AARP Indiana is sponsoring an “Evansville Then and Now” exhibit at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science, through Feb. 18.
On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7, AARP Indiana is sponsoring free bus rides through the public transit systems in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Gary and Evansville.
AARP is partnering with the state of Indiana to fund projects aimed at improving communities so residents can age in place.
Explore Hoosier history next month with a guided tour of the Allen County Courthouse in Fort Wayne.
AARP Indiana is reminding older Hoosiers that they may be eligible for a $200 taxpayer refund even if they are on Social Security and do not typically file tax returns.
Older Hoosiers could receive financial help after state lawmakers approved a $200 taxpayer refund.
Hoosiers can help make their communities more livable for all residents by conducting walk audits that help evaluate how safe and easy (or not) it is for pedestrians to get around neighborhoods.
A new program is helping low-income Hoosiers save on their high-speed internet bills.
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