At the AARP Oregon State Office we hear almost weekly from a member who can’t afford prescription drugs and has to make the hard choice to skip a medication dose or cut the pill in order to make ends meet. That’s why we were especially pleased to help pass legislation during Oregon’s short session that will make the cost of drugs more “transparent” in our state.
J oin AARP Oregon staff and volunteers this July at an AARP Activist & Volunteer meeting near you. Discover what we are doing in your community. Get an update on AARP’s local, state and national outreach and advocacy efforts for the first half of the year and what's ahead.
Sitting at a conference table, I wrestle alongside my AARP Oregon colleagues with deciding which questions to ask Portland mayoral candidates, and how to word them.
Editor’s Note: This is the part of a series of blogs by our AARP Oregon staff so you can get to know us and our priorities better! We’d love your feedback and you will find an email address at the bottom of the blog.
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