Content starts here


Stay up-to-date on federal and state legislative activities. Learn how AARP is fighting for you in Washington D.C. and right here at home.
In honor of National Family Caregiver Month, AARP Nebraska presented Senator Eliot Bostar with the 2023 “Champion for Prescription Drug Affordability” Award and Senator Tom Brewer with the 2023 “Champion for Family Caregivers” Award. These awards represent a select, bi-partisan group of elected officials across the country who have fought in various ways to lower the price of prescription drugs or to help family caregivers have the tools they need to care for their loved ones.
A new state law aims to help protect property owners who fall too far behind on paying property taxes.
A state law will cap how much Nebraskans with private health insurance must pay out of pocket for some types of insulin.
An insulin price cap and accelerated Social Security tax relief are among this year's victories.
The passage of LB 727 protects older and struggling homeowners from losing all of the equity in their home if they fall too far behind on paying their property taxes.
Nebraska is one of 11 states where property owners can lose their entire nest egg if they fall too far behind on paying property taxes.
Latest AARP research attaches dollar value to the estimated 168 million hours of unpaid care that family caregivers provided in 2021.
The proposed measures in the Nebraska Legislature would cap out-of-pocket monthly costs for the life-saving drug at $100 and $35.
Nebraska faces a caregiving crisis as the state's population ages.
The bill, introduced by Senator Tom Briese, would pave the way for Nebraska to safely import lower-priced drugs.
Search AARP Nebraska
Connecting you to what matters most, like neighbors do. Find events, volunteer opportunities and more near you.