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AARP Pleased Chained CPI Not in Budget
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New Study Shows How Critical Social Security Benefits Are in Kentucky and National Economies
Representative Hal Rogers
AARP Kentucky Volunteers Visit Capitol Hill
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Social Security Benefits Should not be Cut to Reduce the Deficit
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Kentucky’s Retirees and Veterans Stand to Lose $2.23 Billion with Chained CPI
Veterans in Ohio County
Kentucky Volunteers Take Message to Members of Congress - at Home:
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Responsible solutions needed for long-term challenges facing Social Security and Medicare.
Ohio Co. Veterans History Museum
As Americans paused to remember Pearl Harbor Day, local veterans – spanning WWII to Iraq –where recognized for their service to the nation. Ohio County Fiscal Court honored local veterans at its December meeting with their families and local AARP volunteers.
Hill Visits 2012
AARP Kentucky staff and volunteer Charlotte Whittaker met with Senators McConnell and Paul, Representatives Guthrie, Massie, Yarmuth, Whitfield (or their staff) and other key members of Congress involved in the lame duck discussions to avert a so-called “fiscal cliff”.   From across the country, AARP brought key state volunteers and staff together on Capitol Hill to urge high ranking members of Congress not to reduce Social Security or Medicare benefits in any end of year deal. With regard to both Medicare and Medicaid they told members of Congress that simply reducing government expenditures by shifting costs does not lower the cost of health care—it merely shifts the cost to beneficiaries and other payers.
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