The AARP Bulletin

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Organizations in six cities across the state received 2022 AARP Community Challenge grants for local improvement projects.
Green Retirement
AARP will advocate next year for legislation that would make it easier for Kansas workers to save for retirement. 
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AARP Kansas is seeking volunteers to help build relationships with veterans groups across the state. 
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Feel more at home in the digital world with free virtual classes on a variety of technology topics, offered by AARP Kansas.
Vote
AARP Kansas is urging voters to make their voices heard by casting their ballots in the Tuesday, Aug. 2, primaries.
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AARP Kansas is seeking volunteers to support a variety of issues and programs important to older Kansans. 
Saving for Retirement
As the state legislature reconvenes this month, AARP Kansas plans to work with lawmakers to help ensure that more workers are financially able to retire. 
Nurses Helping Elderly
AARP Kansas is pushing for a bill that would allow advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) to treat patients without the involvement of a doctor. 
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Nine out of 10 Kansas voters age 50 and older use the internet, according to a recent AARP Kansas survey, but access is not equal across the state. 
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Five Kansas cities and organizations received 2021 AARP Community Challenge grants to fund quick-action projects aimed at improving the quality of life for residents of all ages. 
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