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A glimpse of the 2021 AARP Texas legislative agenda, which includes advocacy related to nursing homes and other long-term care facilities and a host of consumer-related issues.
Legislative Luncheon 2017
They came for sandwiches, potato salad and iced tea, and they came away with a better understanding of AARP Michigan’s legislative agenda for this year.
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They came for scrambled eggs, bacon and bagels and they came away with a better understanding of AARP Michigan's legislative agenda for this year.
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AARP Maine has relocated to Portland’s historic downtown area and will host a celebratory open house on Sept. 3 from 2 to 7 p.m. The festive event will feature refreshments, live music and conversation.
AARP Michigan advocacy staff and volunteers work with state legislators on a variety of issues, including: family caregiving, ensuring affordable utility rates,  supporting veterans, financial security, health security, and preventing elder abuse and exploitation.
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With a new legislative session under way, AARP Maine is urging lawmakers to improve access to services that help people continue to live in their own homes as they age. Such services include home-delivered meals and help with daily activities such as bathing and transportation.
In anticipation of the start of the 2014 Legislative Session, which begins on Wednesday, February 5, AARP Connecticut today announced it's legislative agenda of  key issues critical to residents 50 and older.  AARP legislative priorities focus on issues that help improve and maintain health and economic security for adults 50+.
AARP will be fighting for 50+ Marylanders in Annapolis in 2018
For media inquiries, please contact Tresa Ballard, Director of Communications, at tballard@aarp.org.
ST. PAUL -- AARP Minnesota today applauded the efforts of State Senator Bobby Champion and State Representative Rick Hansen for their work on authoring bipartisan legislation to help hundreds-of-thousands of Minnesotan citizens who are caring for their parents or loved ones.  The legislation (SF 840 and HF 568) has now been approved by both legislative chambers, but certain differences in the two bills still must be addressed.
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