The AARP Bulletin

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The Legislature starts its 2020 session on Tuesday, Jan. 7, and AARP Mississippi is preparing a campaign to advocate for residents 50 and older.
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AARP is helping to foster livable communities, awarding nearly $1.6 million in Community Challenge grants for quick-action projects nationwide, including three in the Magnolia State.
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Prescription drug costs and support for the state’s 501,000 caregivers are at the top of AARP Mississippi’s agenda in next month’s state elections.
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AARP Mississippi is committed to aiding veterans in the transition from the military to civilian life and seeks to be a source of help and information for vets and their families.
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Broadband internet access is an important part of modern life, whether it’s to stay in touch with loved ones or to look for a job. Yet 6 out of 10 rural Mississippians do not have broadband access.
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Don’t miss out. AARP Mississippi reminds members to sign up for email alerts that will let them know what the state office is offering to residents over age 50.
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To help Mississippians age in place, AARP awarded grants of $15,000 each to Gulfport and Jackson to improve outdoor areas for people of all ages.
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Mississippi is a great place to visit. And AARP is helping communities throughout the state become great places to live.
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The Magnolia State is home to nearly 200,000 veterans, and AARP Mississippi is committed to providing support for them.
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Has someone scammed you out of savings, a tax refund or government benefits? If so, you’re not alone.
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