Advocacy

Stay up-to-date on federal and state legislative activities. Learn how AARP is fighting for you in Washington D.C. and right here at home.
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Expanding paid leave AARP Maine is stepping up its advocacy on behalf of overwhelmed caregivers as state policymakers consider ways to bolster Maine’s paid-leave law.
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We need your help for the 2023 legislative session! AARP Maine trains all new volunteers to make sure they become successful and engaged members of the team.
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AARP Maine is looking for family caregivers to share their stories and join its efforts next year to pass paid family medical leave legislation.
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With the June 14 state primaries just around the corner and the general election not far behind, AARP Maine is working to make sure residents across the state know where candidates stand on important issues. Volunteer advocates are an essential part of these nonpartisan efforts.
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Rising prescription drug costs make it difficult for many to afford the medications they need to stay healthy. AARP believes that no one should have to skip a dose of or discontinue a medication because of cost. 
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AARP Maine is looking for virtual advocates to join its team to fight for the issues that residents 50-plus care about including health care, affordable utilities and livable communities. 
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According to BroadbandNow, 35,000 Maine residents have an inadequate high-speed internet connection and 12,000 have no home connection at all. 
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AARP Maine wants voters to know where candidates stand on issues affecting Mainers 50-plus, like prescription drug costs, Social Security and Medicare.
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