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AARP South Carolina is developing plans for the 2024 presidential primaries, which will come earlier here than in most other states.
South Carolina’s 2023 legislative session kicked off earlier this week. AARP SC seeks volunteers to join in advocating for the issues important to older adults across the state.
AARP South Carolina State Director Charmaine Fuller Cooper issued the following statement in response to DHEC’s emergency suspension orders at four assisted living facilities in Richland and Charleston counties.
Federal funds are available to those who suffered financially from the pandemic to assist in the prevention of eviction and disconnection of essential services.
No matter the forecast, making a disaster plan is essential during Hurricane season. AARP has resources.
Social Security provides only part of what retirees need to pay the bills, and millions of private-sector employees nationwide don’t have a workplace retirement plan that could help fill the gaps.
South Carolina is one of a dozen states that have not expanded Medicaid, the health insurer of last resort for low-income people, children and those with disabilities.
AARP SC released a survey of 1,000 register Palmetto state voters on their opinions of Medicaid expansion. For more information email email@example.com . The complete survey is available at the following link:
Proposed Settlement Agreement in Dominion Energy Rate Case Statement from Teresa Arnold, AARP SC State Director
"Over the last several years, AARP South Carolina has been aggressively fighting for fair energy rates for our members and older South Carolinians. They depend on us to stand up for them and I am proud of what we have accomplished.”
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