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Also Lauds Governor Cuomo for Utility Shutoff Moratorium Plan
State of State Legislation Would Apply to Internet –Growing Necessity During Pandemic - Electric, Telephone, Water, Telecommunications, Cable
Legislation Requires Statewide Analysis of Need; 1 in 4 NY Internet Users Limited by Quality, Cost, Availability
Bill Strikes Appropriate Balance; AARP Urges Governor to Sign
New NYS Law Requires Regular Communications & More; AARP NY Urges Families to Ensure Nursing Homes Are Complying
41% of Hispanic/Latinos, 29% of African American/Blacks Cite Cost as Significant Hurdle vs. 21% of Whites, NYS 35+ Voter Survey Shows
AARP leaders nationwide will meet remotely with Senate, House offices, as COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes reach nearly 100,000
Organizations Had Fought Initially-Proposed Double-Digit Increases
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Hip Hop Legend Doug E. Fresh Joins AARP NY, Asian American Federation, Hispanic Federation, NAACP, Urban League, Who Offer Solutions to Level Playing Field
En español | ALBANY, N.Y. — As early voters stand in lines for hours in the cold to make their voices heard across New York State, it’s important to safeguard the voting rights of those who cannot stand in line or make it to the polls on their own, AARP New York said today. Nursing home residents cannot be the disenfranchised voters of the 2020 election in New York State. 
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