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AARP Michigan urges lawmakers to help caregivers and take action on rising prescription drug prices.
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AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins says the 1.6 percent adjustment is modest, but will help beneficiaries and their families in their attempt to keep up with rising prices.
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The governor made her announcement at the day-long AARP Michigan Age-Friendly State and Communities Conference in Lansing. The event also included expert panels and speakers, including mayors and lawmakers.
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AARP is fighting for change. So far this year, there are 35 new laws across 23 states to help reduce drug costs. And the fight has just begun...
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About 100 attendees at Community Conversations at Howell and St. Clair Shores on prescription drug prices heard from state and federal lawmakers... and the elected officials certainly heard from them.
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Join AARP Michigan and legislators at two community conversations on how to reduce Rx prices on Monday, Aug. 26 in Howell and St. Clair Shores
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Events in Kentwood and Gladwin reach out to veterans about available benefits, from health care to burial reimbursement
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Lansing, MI – May 15, 2019 - The impact of dementia is growing in Michigan, but there are steps that individuals, families, the state and local communities can take to increase quality of life for people living with dementia, address rising costs and improve service delivery, according to a new report from the Michigan Dementia Coalition.
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