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The 2021 South Dakota legislative session kicked off this week and though some things may look a little different, AARP South Dakota’s is still making sure your voice is heard!
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The coronavirus pandemic is expected to linger over this year’s legislative session when state lawmakers return to Pierre this month.
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Share your thoughts and experience to help shape South Dakota's 2021-2025 State Plan on Aging.
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AARP SD has opportunities for you to speak out on behalf of the 50+ from the comfort of your home!
State laws that took effect July 1 will help South Dakota residents age 50-plus by providing tax refunds, offering more protections against fraud and telemarketers, and expanding health care access.
Eligible seniors and disabled individuals are encourages to apply for an annual refund of their sales or property tax before July 1, 2020.
How to protect your health and your vote in South Dakota this June amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Today, AARP SD met virtually with federal lawmakers to urge more help for older Americans and their families who face growing health and e economic challenges due tot he coronavirus crisis.
The month of March is upon us which means we are nearing the end of South Dakota's 2020 legislative session!
There are just two weeks left in the 2020 South Dakota legislative session but our work is not done! Just yesterday, we hosted a live telephone town hall with South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem to discuss expanding high-speed internet access in South Dakota. To learn more about this issue and listen to a recording of the call, click here.
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