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Help Create Change in 2016: Join Us for Annapolis Lobby Days!

AARP Maryland working for Secure Choice retirement savings.
AARP Maryland needs help from all of its members to pass important legislation in 2016!



The upcoming 2016 legislative session in Maryland has AARP fighting for many important issues that affect 50+ Marylanders--including retirement security and protection for caregivers. In order to be successful in this fight, we need the support of our nearly 880,000 members statewide!

Want to have your opinions heard and make a difference at the same time? AARP Maryland is hosting several AARP Lobby Days in Annapolis during the 2016 Maryland Legislative Session (see below for dates and details). Attend one or more of these events to learn more about the issues at stake, and tell your elected officials what would improve the lives of Marylanders 50+. Enjoy complimentary food and drink, mingle with other members in your area and make a difference on these critical issues during the 2016 General Assembly.

Please join us at one of these events. Your voice matters. Your elected officials need to hear what you think!

 

February Lobby Day
Wednesday, February 3rd
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Miller Senate Office Building (Bladen Street, Annapolis, MD)
Focus: Meeting with Maryland's Leadership, and focus on the CARE Act and Work & Save legislation in Maryland. Complimentary light breakfast will be served.

March Lobby Day: Veterans Focus
Thursday, March 31st
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Miller Senate Office Building (Bladen Street, Annapolis, MD)
Focus: Veterans issues in Maryland, including the CARE Act and Work & Save legislation. Complimentary light breakfast will be served.

Registration is required to attend any of these events! To register, please click on one of the two links above. Attend as many of these events as you would like, and help us create positive change in Maryland in 2016.

 

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