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Thirty-five percent of Oregonians live in rural areas, and of those, 44 percent are 65 or older. Yet rural communities lag behind in offering health care, transportation and other services that make a community age-friendly.
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Be an informed voter by tuning in to the Congressional District 8 Candidate Forum at 7 p.m. on September 19. The forum will feature Democrat Donald Beyer, Jr., Republican Charles Hernick and Independent Julio Gracia. AARP has teamed up with The League of Women Voters and other groups to bring the broadcast to voters in the district.
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Concerned about a level regulatory playing field for your small business? Join other Montana small business owners for this unique opportunity to share your concerns directly with the National Ombudsman for Small Business, Brian Castro.
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The White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) will convene Monday (April 27) at the Global Center for Health Innovation in downtown Cleveland, where area residents and experts will engage in discussions that will help shape the national conversation about what aging will mean for Americans in the next 10 years.
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Before you go to the polls for the 2014 Washington, DC Mayoral election, take a look at videos where the candidates respond to issues of importance to older residents. On October 9th, AARP DC and the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) David A. Clarke School of Law partnered to present a Mayoral Candidate Forum. Muriel Bowser, David Catania and Carol Schwartz, the top three candidates running for Mayor of Washington, DC, responded to five issue topics that included: 1)  elder physical abuse and financial fraud, 2)  aging in place, 3)  the Age-Friendly City Initiative, 4)  economic security, and 5)  their accomplishments on behalf of DC’s older residents. AARP DC State President Rev. Joseph Williams, Sr. opens the Candidate Forum. Rev. Williams is CEO of Emmaus Services for the Aging and Emmaus Rehabilitation, LLC.
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Is starting a small business right for you?  Do you have an idea to start your own small business?  Need basic information on what to do next, understand how much it will cost, and find out where to go for assistance?
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Is starting a small business right for you?  Do you have a great business idea?  Need basic information on what to do next, understand how much it will cost, and find out where to go for assistance?
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Is starting a small business right for you?  Do you have an idea to start your own small business?  Need basic information on what to do next, understand how much it will cost, and find out where to go for assistance? 
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The New Hampshire legislature will begin its 2014 session in determining how to move forward with a “New Hampshire” solution for expanding Medicaid.  We need you to lend your voice on this critical issue.
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AARP Connecticut, the Courant and FoxCT recently hosted an Opinion Leader Forum that brought together a balanced panel of Connecticut policy experts and former elected officials to share their views about the funding challenges facing Social Security and Medicare and how proposed changes being debated in Washington could impact Connecticut residents and their families.  Watch the forum below, then keep reading to learn more and make your voice heard at www.earnedasay.org.   
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