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The AARP Bulletin

Voting in New Mexico’s primary election on Tuesday, June 4, may be easier for some, thanks to a 2023 state law.
When the state Legislature returns to Santa Fe in January, supporters of paid family and medical leave for New Mexico workers are expected to renew a push for legislation that would help family caregivers.
A new state law eliminated the state income tax on Social Security benefits for most retirees, starting with the 2022 tax year.
AARP is encouraging New Mexico voters to make their voices heard by casting their ballots in the Tuesday, June 7, primary election.
AARP New Mexico’s Las Cruces chapter is sharing an overview of outcomes from the 2022 state legislative session and their impact on residents.
AARP volunteers and staff in New Mexico are making their voices heard during the state’s 2022 legislative session, pushing for measures that would improve the lives of older residents.
Five New Mexico organizations have received 2021 AARP Community Challenge grants for quick-action projects that improve quality of life for people of all ages.
Soon, New Mexican workers will no longer have to go to work when they are sick, thanks to a new law.
When lawmakers return to Santa Fe this month, they will likely consider budget cuts because of the COVID-19 crisis and the economic downturn.
AARP New Mexico is encouraging members and others to stay connected and have fun by participating in virtual activities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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