Kentucky Retirees Pay More State Taxes in 2019
Now more than half way through Kentucky's 2014 General Assembly, AARP Kentucky grassroots are fighting on priority issues being debated.  Listed below are updates on AARP Kentucky's key issues. Your support is welcomed and needed to help inform lawmakers of what is important to you.
AARP is fighting to help seniors live independently and for the family caregivers who make it possible for them to stay in their homes. In any given year an estimated 735,000 Kentuckians are caregivers for a loved one. These family caregivers are the backbone of the state’s long term care system providing unpaid assistance to Kentucky’s elderly and vulnerable citizens. They provide an estimated 704 million hours of care at an estimated value of $7.1 billion.
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Bluegrass Alliance for Women is now seeking nominations for its Annual Scholarship Awards. Nominations are open for women across the 17 counties of the  Bluegrass Area Development District who are 50+ and  life-long learners, and those making a difference in the lives of women and girls.
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Tell the House to vote "No" and Protect Kentucky Consumers - Now.
Serving Kentucky and Fighting for You  - 2014 Legislative Agenda
AARP Kentucky Associate State Director of Advocacy Cathy Allgood Murphy presented Roll the award during the Annual Lexington Summer Series on Aging at the KAG Award Luncheon. Roll accepted the award saying, “I believe no one can better tell lawmakers what seniors need most than seniors themselves. Our seniors don’t mind you fighting for them, but they want to fight for themselves, too.”
Dedicated Champion for Seniors Honored for Leadership
Standing-up for Kentucky Seniors and Consumers
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