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JANUARY the word of the white letters hanging on ropes
Only one month has passed in 2018, and boy do we feel like we hit the ground running!
TelephoneStats-Border
Marylanders overwhelmingly (81%) want the legislature work to maintain affordable, reliable, and high quality traditional telephone service, according to a recent AARP Public Policy Institute survey.
TELLCONGRESS
At AARP, we believe Medicare is a deal with the American people that must not be broken.
AARP will be fighting for 50+ Marylanders in Annapolis in 2018
A new legislative session begins Jan. 11, and AARP Maryland is advocating on behalf of state residents age 50-plus. The state office is backing proposals to provide sick leave for the 40 percent of private-sector workers who don’t have that benefit and to require drug companies to explain how they price pharmaceuticals.
CareHands
More than 771,000 Maryland residents are caring for an older parent or other loved one, helping them to live independently at home. These family caregivers have a huge responsibility, and now there’s support in place that will make life a little bit easier for them.
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