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By Melissa Preddy
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From ensuring health care access and affordable utilities to fighting fraud and supporting veterans, AARP Michigan advocates on policy issues that matter the most to Michigan residents age 50 and over and their families.
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Caregiving, support for veterans, work and save programs, Telehealth, affordable and reliable utilities -- these are among the highlights of issues included in the AARP  Michigan 2016 Legislative Agenda.
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AARP Michigan advocates on policy issues that matter the most to Michigan residents aged 50 and over, and their families: financial security; affordable, quality health care; and age-friendly communities in which to live.
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TRAVERSE CITY -- A group of residents in this Northern Michigan city attended an AARP session today on "How to be an Advocate."
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AARP Michigan advocates on policy issues that matter the most to Michigan residents age 50 and over and their families.
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As AARP Michigan gears up for this year’s version of You’ve Earned a Say, at least one factor will remain constant from our highly successful 2012 YEAS effort: Volunteers again will play an essential role.
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