New York State Assembly

Bill Strikes Appropriate Balance; AARP Urges Governor to Sign
Call on Assembly to Pass Bill Creating Long-Term Care Task Force
Legislation Requires Annual Pandemic Emergency Plans, 2-Month Supply of PPE, Daily Communication & Virtual Visitation with Families
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Stands with Mayor for signing of bill to turn on cameras before classes begin
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Senate, Assembly State Budget Proposals Include Voluntary “Secure Choice” Program, Following Game-Changing Proposal in Governor’s Executive Budget
At NYS Assembly Hearing, AARP Also Cites $704 Billion Economic Impact of 50+, Urges Cost-Effective Funding to Help NYers Avoid Expensive Nursing Homes
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Woefully Underfund Services to Help Older NYers Age in Own Homes, Support Family Caregivers images
ALBANY, N.Y. – Statement by Beth Finkel, State Director for AARP in New York State, on Assembly passage of A.180:
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Statement by AARP NYS Director Beth Finkel:
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