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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.
AARP Indiana is working to help address a statewide shortage of affordable housing, including helping fund and build a Habitat for Humanity home in Evansville. Other steps include advocating for zoning adjustments and initiatives aimed at diversifying Indiana’s housing stock.
Every person in a long-term care facility – as well as their friends and families – deserves to have an advocate that looks out for their interests.
Every year, a small army of AARP Indiana volunteers and staff shows up at the Indiana Statehouse to advocate on behalf of older Hoosiers.
Last month, local volunteers and staff met with Congressman Rudy Yakym (IN-2) and staff at U.S. Senator Mike Braun’s office.
The Indiana Emergency Medical Services Commission has approved more than 30 community paramedicine programs offered by public and private concerns that cover all or parts of more than 50 of the state’s counties.
A team of volunteers and City of Fort Wayne staff continues its hard work to make the community friendly to people of all ages.
The state legislature begins its session next month, and AARP Indiana plans to advocate for more support to help Indiana residents live independently.
Last year, the Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) sought to raise a monthly customer charge by 71 percent for its gas customers.
AARP Indiana is working to improve its broadband access into more rural areas of the state.
The Indiana General Assembly concluded this short session and adjourned Sine Die, with both chambers burning the midnight oil until approximately 1:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 9th.
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