Want to learn about AARP’s legislative efforts at the State House and across the state? Then check out a new blog, Netto’s Notes, by Matt Netto, AARP Rhode Island’s associate state director of outreach and advocacy.
Minimum-wage, lower-income caregivers can’t get by on 60% of their salaries; extension from four to eight weeks for many is not a practical solution
Throughout the current session of the General Assembly, AARP Rhode Island has worked with community partners and legislators to introduce and support legislation affecting residents who are 50-plus.
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