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AUG 6, 2020
Options for absentee voting aren't clear for the general election
APR 21, 2020
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AUG 10, 2020
En español | Join us beginning this Thursday, August 13 at 5pm ET on Facebook Live to kick off our new digital series, AARP En Vivo Contigo in New York City!
AUG 7, 2020
Campaign to Focus on Protecting 50-plus Voters and Making Their Voices Heard
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger New York for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
Outlines 5 Key Steps State Should Take to Legislators at Hearing on Residential Health Care Facilities and COVID-19
Thursday, August 6, at 1:00 p.m. ET
Residents Regain Rights to Sue Over non-COVID Care Going Forward – But What About Rights of 6,300+ Families Who Lost Loved Ones During Pandemic?
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As we search for glimmers of hope during this difficult time of social distancing, we will be sharing a weekly video series entitled In It Together with inspirational words of encouragement from renowned members of the entertainment industry actors, singers-songwriters and producers created specifically for members and volunteers to help lift their spirits.
NY State Capitol Building in Albany
AARP New York is the proud sponsor of the next installment of the state legislative forums that are hosted by City & State. The purpose is to hear state lawmakers from across the state outline their legislative and policy priorities for the remainder of the year, working through and around the pandemic, political uncertainty, and more. Specific topics include: Nursing Homes, Long Term Care, and family caregiving; Prescription Drug Affordability; Food Access; Financial Security; and Social Isolation.
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Deep within the internet is the Dark Web, a space where criminals can anonymously buy and sell illegal goods and private information. Known as the “Internet Godfather,” Brett Johnson created one of the dark web’s first online stores where criminals and scammers can anonymously sell illegal goods and private information. Eventually, he was caught and convicted.  Now, after serving seven years in prison, Brett works to stop criminal enterprise and consults for the Secret Service and the cybersecurity industry.
Biaggi-Dinowitz Bill Would Let Registered Voters Cite Concern about Contracting Coronavirus as Valid Reason for Requesting Absentee Ballot
Kaminsky-Hevesi Bill Would Allow SNAP Recipients to Avoid In-Person Food Shopping by Making Online Purchasing Pilot Program Permanent
Calls on State Lawmakers, Governor to Right Wrong Slipped into State Budget
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