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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 needs volunteers to educate state lawmakers about issues important to older residents.
AARP Oklahoma State Director Sean Voskuhl issued a statement regarding PSO’s proposed $294 million rate and the Oklahoma Corporation Commission’s subsequent order which was finalized November 3, 2023.
Some Oklahoma family caregivers will soon qualify for financial help from the state through a new state tax credit aimed at helping offset the out-of-pocket costs that arise when caregiving. The tax credit is one of the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in the nation.
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.
Learn more about action items you can take to support current advocacy-related issues supported by AARP Oklahoma.
The state Legislature returns on Monday, Feb. 6, and AARP needs volunteers to help educate lawmakers about issues important to older Oklahomans. Volunteers can participate in person or virtually.
AARP will advocate for a caregiver tax credit during the 2023 Oklahoma legislative session, which kicks off on Monday, Feb. 6.
A new state law limits how businesses may contact Oklahomans using telemarketing.
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