Many Montanans facing rising energy costs are unaware of resources to help them avoid having to choose between paying for heating bills and other necessities.
Now that the recent state legislative session is over, AARP Montana has created the 2021 Legislative Roundup, to provide a summary of priority measures the office worked on during the session and the lawmakers who supported them.
Crucial aging concerns, such as financial security, elder abuse and services for the growing 65-plus population, will propel AARP Montana’s agenda for the legislative session that starts Monday, Jan. 4.
AARP Montana, which uses its powerful voice in the state capitol to fight for older adults, wants to zero in on the concerns of residents 50-plus to develop its priorities when the Legislature convenes on Monday, Jan. 4.
AARP Montana is looking for e-activists to convey the concerns of older Montanans and their families when the biennial 90-day legislative session starts on Jan. 4.
AARP Montana is looking for personal accounts about the high cost of prescription drugs. The stories will bolster AARP advocacy in the state Legislature on behalf of older Montanans.
WASHINGTON—AARP recently released the following statement from Executive Vice President and Chief Advocacy & Engagement Officer Nancy LeaMond. The statement is in response to seven drug company executives’ testimonies given at the Senate Finance Committee hearing, “Drug Pricing in America: A Prescription for Change, Part II.”
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