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We recently asked gubernatorial candidates what they would do, if elected, to support and advance the interests and concerns of our members, their families, and all Marylanders aged 50-plus. Here are their written responses.
Amid rising hate crimes against Asian Americans, a new AARP Maryland steering committee has met with state and national policymakers on how to address the problem.
However, many workers will be able to save automatically for retirement with the launch of MarylandSaves.
This election season, as candidates come knocking door to door, here are the issues we are asking about on behalf of Marylanders 50-plus.
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Bill allows Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices and caps out-of-pocket spending on medications for seniors.
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Four Million Americans, Including 79,943 Marylanders, Signed AARP Petition Calling on Congress to Rein in Drug Costs
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AARP Maryland officials cheered the House of Delegates and Senate’s decision to stand in support of family caregivers by voting to override Governor Hogan’s veto of SB 275, paid family leave legislation.
AARP Maryland is looking to help revive a measure in the state General Assembly that would let employees take up to 12 weeks of paid family leave to welcome a newborn, recover from a serious illness or care for a loved one.
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