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AARPND celebrates legislative wins!
The ND Legislature adjourned on Sunday, April 30. During the 75-day session 986 bills and resolutions were introduced; 583 were approved. The Governor vetoed seven bills, with five sustained and two overridden. Highlights of the session include significant wins: Lower insulin costs for some North Dakotans with Type I diabetes; a $500 tax credit for those 65 and older or on a fixed income as part of Homestead Tax Credit expansion; and a restitution fund for eligible victims of securities or investment fraud.

To learn more watch our wrap-up episode of All Things Advocacy or read more here.
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Learn how you can help AARP ND create positive change for North Dakotans 50 and older.


Help us create positive change for North Dakotans 50 and older by joining the Advocacy or A-Team! The A-Team is a diverse group of volunteers playing a key role in the AARP's mission to lead positive social change. As a member of the A-Team you might:

  • Work alongside staff to educate and advocate for issues important to our members
  • Participate in monthly calls and regular face-to-face meetings to stay informed about AARP-led state and federal advocacy efforts
  • Join staff to visit local, state and federally elected officials to discuss the benefits of legislation or policies
  • Write letters to the editor
  • Participate in and track issues during the legislative sessions
  • Train other members to participate in the process.

If you’re interested in finding out more or becoming a member of the A-Team, please contact Janelle Moos, Advocacy Director, at or 701-390-0161.

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