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The AARP Bulletin

Kentuckians will cast their ballots for candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and for the state legislature on primary day, Tuesday, May 21.
When Stacie Noble saw the bounty of cucumbers produced by new raised garden beds at a senior center in Campton, in eastern Kentucky, an idea came to mind: pickle-making party.
On Tuesday, Nov. 7, Kentucky voters will cast their ballots for governor and lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general and other statewide offices.
The AARP Bulletin asked Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) and Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R) about issues important to older Kentuckians in their gubernatorial race.
Several state laws passed this year are aimed at improving the quality of and access to health care.
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AARP has trained fraud fighter volunteers to offer presentations on how Kentuckians can protect themselves by identifying and avoiding widespread fraud schemes.
AARP Kentucky will host a telephone town hall on disaster preparedness on Thursday, April 27, at 10:30 a.m. ET. It is teaming up with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and state emergency management leaders, who will discuss ways older adults can help reduce their risk of personal harm in disaster situations.
AARP Kentucky is seeking new grassroots activists for its Capital Action Team to advocate at the state General Assembly for policies important to older Kentuckians.
Policies to lower prescription drug prices, help family caregivers, improve financial security for retirees and promote aging in place will be among AARP Kentucky’s top advocacy priorities when the state General Assembly returns on Tuesday, Jan. 3.
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