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Latest AARP research attaches almost $9 billion in value to the estimated 510 million hours of unpaid care family caregivers provided in 2021.
AARP Kentucky’s Annual Lobby Day in the Capitol is bringing grassroots citizen advocates and their lawmakers together during General Assembly.
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.
Kentucky's 2023 General Assembly's 30-day "Short Session" is underway. Join our volunteer team and grassroots activists to support the needs of Kentuckians 50-plus in Frankfort.
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.
Secretary of State Michael G. Adams is joining AARP Kentucky to deliver updates, answer voter questions, and walk voters through their options on “How, Where and When to Vote."
AARP Kentucky is proud to have championed new Accessory Dwelling Unit Ordinances in Lexington and Louisville. Both new ordinances now allow people to create additional living spaces so they can live with their family as they age.
In October 2021, the Urban County Council approved updated regulations allowing small dwelling units of up to 800 square feet on all urban, single-family residential lots in Lexington.
U.S. House of Representatives passed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, a bill that includes several key provisions to lower the prices of prescription drugs. AARP Kentucky thanks Representative John Yarmuth (KY-03) for supporting this critical legislation that will bring real relief for seniors.
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