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The October issue of the AARP Bulletin provides information about how the mid-term elections will affect older Americans. The magazine lists the following issues that the next Congress will have to handle:
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The 2017 legislative session has begun, and AARP Mississippi is at the State Capitol keeping an eye on things important to Mississippi’s 50-plus population.
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AARP Mississippi offers volunteer opportunities that allow you to work in your own community. Members and friends are working with us statewide to make our communities more livable for people of all ages, provide resources for folks caring for loved ones, and raise awareness about fraud and scams.  Below, you’ll find even more ways to help!
New research in Alzheimer's is promising.
(This story is by Margie Culbertson, an AARP Mississippi volunteer and freelance writer. Her photo is on the left.)
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AARP MS State President State Director Meet With Sen Cochran 06 2013
AARP volunteers and staff from every state, visited Capitol Hill today to express opposition to the President’s proposed Social Security benefit cut known as Chained CPI and to support responsible solutions to strengthen Medicare.  Meeting with Senators, Members of Congress and their staff, AARP volunteers urged their representatives to have a separate debate on Social Security and to back specific proposals that would strengthen Medicare and the health care system overall.
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