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The AARP Bulletin

Oklahoma’s statewide primary election is Tuesday, June 18.
The average OG&E residential customer could see their monthly bills increase by $19.02, or nearly 14 percent, if regulators approve a rate change request.
AARP Oklahoma is seeking nominations for its Native American Elder Honors. The event celebrates the contributions of Native American elders who positively impact their communities, families, tribal nations and country.
AARP Oklahoma needs volunteers to educate state lawmakers about issues important to older residents.
AARP Oklahoma is now providing free resource kits for veterans and military families.
Oklahomans overwhelmingly support expanded home care services and more rigorous oversight of nursing homes, according to a recent AARP survey.
Learn how to protect yourself against online criminals at a free AARP fraud prevention seminar in Oklahoma City on Friday, July 28.
Without congressional action, the Social Security trust funds will be depleted in the coming years. But Oklahomans can encourage their elected leaders to make strengthening the program a priority.
More than half a million Oklahoma residents could see their monthly electricity bills rise under a proposed rate increase by the Public Service Company of Oklahoma.
Help protect your identity from scammers by having your sensitive documents safely destroyed at a free AARP Oklahoma shredding event in Tulsa on Saturday, April 22, from 9 a.m. to noon.
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