During his long-time tenure in the Kentucky Legislature, Senator C.B. Embry has set an example of how good policy making can improve the lives of Kentuckians as we age.
The Technical Advisory Committee for Consumer Rights & Client Needs is especially focused on ways Kentucky can increase access, expand services, improve quality of care, develop more patient-centered and improved customer service for Medicaid members.
The Louisville is updating zoning codes to create more affordable housing in Jefferson County. AARP members are encouraged to contact their Louisville Metro Council member in support of zoning updates to Accessory Dwelling Units.
“We thank every member of Kentucky’s Senate and House and especially, Representative Dan Bentley, PharmD., for taking this lifesaving leap forward. Kentuckians are paying too much for prescription drugs like insulin and too many fear one illness could bankrupt their lives. Prescription drugs don’t work if you can’t afford them," AARP Kentucky volunteer State President Charlotte Whittaker.
Community Conversation open to public on March 16 at 6:00 p.m. EST. Local housing and community organizations with will answer questions from Jefferson County residents and discuss recommendations for proposed reforms.
Louisville Metro Government is considering changes to simplify building Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU). AARP Kentucky supports these reforms for homeowners and family caregivers in proposed Phase One reforms to the Land Development Code. Your voice is needed to support these needed reforms - Now.
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