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Gov. Phil Murphy is expected to make mail-in ballots available to all registered voters
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That’s how many New Jersey residents were kept out of poverty by Social Security income each year, on average, from 2010 to 2012, according to an AARP Public Policy Institute report. Of those, 365,000 were 65 or older. Nationally, Social Security kept more than 22 million people out of poverty; over 15 million were 65-plus.
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Many older or disabled New Jerseyans who are struggling with high property tax bills can seek relief through two state programs.
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In cooperation with state agencies and nonprofit groups, AARP is sponsoring free consumer resource fairs across New Jersey.
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