Nashville is growing by about 100 people a day, increasing traffic congestion dramatically. That’s why AARP Tennessee is supporting a mass transit referendum on the May 1 ballot in Nashville.
When their son Coleman was left paralyzed in an auto accident three years ago, Judy and Denver Collins vowed they would do whatever it took to care for him. But taking him to doctors’ appointments, helping him get around and keeping him healthy has proved costly.
Every month, the Council on Aging of Greater Nashville publishes a "Scam of the Month." The February edition gives tips on protecting yourself against cashier's check fraud:
When the Tennessee Legislature convenes its new two-year 108th General Assembly in Nashville on Jan. 8, 2013, AARP Tennessee will be there working hard to protect the health, finances and rights of Tennesseans, especially those age 50 and older.
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