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.
This is the year for the Maryland legislature to pass the Time to Care Act and ensure that Marylanders don't have to choose between their jobs and caring for themselves or their loved ones.
AARP Foundation Experience Corps is comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to helping children become great readers before completing the third grade. Together, with teachers and other volunteers, they can help change the course of a child's life by sharing their time, wisdom and experience.
AARP is educating adults 50 and over about third-party energy suppliers as part of its Fraud Watch Friday webinars and plans to hold an energy conference this fall on ways to strengthen state laws to better protect consumers.
AARP Maryland Applauds the General Assembly for Taking Real Steps to Protect Low-income Family Utility Bills with the Passage of SB31/HB397
ANNAPOLIS (April 9, 2021) -- The General Assembly took significant steps late yesterday to protect low-income Marylanders’ utility bills, while also maximizing state funds, with the passage of SB31/HB397. The legislation ensures that deregulated electricity and natural gas prices offered to families on energy assistance meet, or beat, regulated utility rates.
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