AARP Lobby Day

Nursing home staff and resident
AARP leaders nationwide will meet remotely with Senate, House offices, as COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes surpass 101,000
Group Photo with Gov.
Nearly 100 advocates from 18 different communities and every corner of our state gathered in Pierre Tuesday for AARP South Dakota's annual Lobby Day at the Capitol.  Many attendees took the opportunity to speak with their local lawmakers about the issues that are important to South Dakotans age 50+ including increased access to care, support for family caregivers and expanded consumer protections.
AARP Iowa leaders announced the association's 2017 top state legislative priority and Presidents Day Congressional Recess activities to a gathering of more than 90 AARP volunteers from across Iowa at the State Capitol on Tuesday.
Kent Walking
This week, AARP Iowa volunteers and staff were in Washington, D.C. with a contingent of AARP leaders and members from across the county to advocate on behalf of AARP members and all older Americans on the crucial issues of Family Caregiving and Social Security.
AARP President w Boozman 4.29.2015
Thanks to Arkansas Senior U.S. Senator John Boozman for meeting with AARP Arkansas representatives for AARP Lobby Day 2015! We appreciate Senator Boozman's time and interest in discussing issues of importance to Arkansans 50+ including retirement security, the Older Americans Act, caregiving and Social Security. Pictured left to right are Herb Sanderson, AARP Arkansas Interim State Director; Senator Boozman; Nan Selz, AARP Arkansas Volunteer State President; and Jeannine English, AARP's national President.
Lobby Day May 21
Older Americans Act, Medicare, Age Discrimination, Transportation Safety Top the List of Issues Discussed
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