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A new state law aims to better protect vulnerable Kansans by making it a crime to financially exploit a dependent adult age 70 or older.
Older Nebraskans who are not capable of making financial decisions and don’t have a family member who can help will soon be able to have a legal guardian with training and oversight from the state court system.
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Adult victims of neglect, physical or emotional abuse and financial exploitation will be better protected under provisions in the state budget adopted last night by the Ohio General Assembly.
By Christopher J. Gearon
Two new laws backed by AARP provide protections against financial abuse of North Carolinians age 65 and older and those with disabilities.
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AARP applauds the settlement of a lawsuit against the state of Vermont to reduce a backlog of investigations into allegations of elder abuse, neglect and exploitation.
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AARP Georgia applauded the Georgia General Assembly for taking steps to strengthen legal protection for seniors in the 2013 legislative session that concluded today.
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