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South Carolinian's have faced unprecedented issues in the last few years. From floods, tornadoes, hurricanes and now the COVID19 pandemic. In some way or another, we have all felt the stress and anxieties of this virus.
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The South Carolina General Assembly made it easy as 1-2-3 for you to cast your vote from home in the upcoming June 9, 2020 Primaries. AARP SC was pleased to help support this temporary absentee voting provision for our election process in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. We appreciate their leadership to help South Carolina voters in this difficult time.
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AARP South Carolina's Social Justice Projects includes support for a new African American history museum set to open in Charleston late next year.
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South Carolina comes in last for retirement savings. Work and Save would allow private-sector workers have a way to put money aside with auto-deductions.
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AARP South Carolina supports a hate crime bill, which would address threats based on race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation or homelessness, and establishes a felony punishable by two to 15 years in prison and a fine.
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Public Hearings Scheduled in the Upstate On Duke Energy’s Proposed Fee Hike
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AARP SC, League of Women Voters and Richland Library to hold public form on redistricting and new voting technology
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