— AARP Delaware 222 Delaware Avenue, Suite 1630 Wilmington, DE 19801 1-866-227-7441 www.aarp.org/de Media inquiries should be directed to: Kimberly Iapalucci Office: 302-498-6511 kiapalucci@aarp.org

— Hours: AARP Massachusetts is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location: One Beacon Street, Suite 2301 | Boston, MA 02108 | Local Map Our location is in downtown Boston, easily accessible via automobile or MBTA. The closest MBTA stops are: Red Line: Park Street; Orange Line: State; Green Line: Park Street or Government Center; Blue Line: State or Government Center. Call: 866-448-3621 Email: ma@aarp.org Fax: 617-723-4224 Members of the press should contact Communications Director Cindy Campbell at 617-305-0515 …

— AARP is pleased to announce the appointment of Lupe Wissel as state director for AARP Idaho. Wissel will join the Idaho office on Oct. 12. After serving more than 10 years with the U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs and working more than 14 years on Capitol Hill, Wissel returns home to Idaho to continue as a leading advocate on behalf of older adults and their families. She has a long-standing record of working with various organizations at the local, …

— FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Dave Bruns, 850.577.5161, dbruns@aarp.org AARP Urges Florida Supreme Court to Overturn Utility Board’s OK for FP&L to Spend Florida Customers’ Money on Fracking in Oklahoma Tallahassee, Fla. — AARP has supported the state’s utility consumer advocate in asking the state Supreme Court to stop Florida Power & Light Inc. from entering into a fracking project in Oklahoma, and to direct the state Public Service Commission to reconsider its approval for the plan. “For the first time, Florida …

— FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 28, 2015 CONTACT Ajla Subasic, 727-592-8024, asubasic@aarp.org North Florida Community Leader Joins AARP’s Volunteer Board Local Resident, Stephen Rome, Joins AARP Florida’s Executive Council Pensacola, Fla. – AARP Florida State Director Jeff Johnson announced today that Pensacola community leader Stephen Rome, has been appointed to AARP’s Florida Executive Council. The Executive Council serves as the “voice of AARP members in Florida,” representing AARP Florida on a wide range of issues affecting Floridians 50+. “AARP Florida is …

—   We’d love to hear from you! Here’s how to reach us:   Hours: AARP Kansas is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.   Location: 6220 SW 29th Street, | Suite 300 | Topeka, KS | 66614| Local Map   Call: 866-448-3619   Email: ksaarp@aarp.org   Fax: 785-232-1465   Be sure to stay up-to-date on news important to Kansans 50+ – like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.   For members of the media only, contact: Mary …

— AARP Nevada staff and volunteers help more than 320,000 Silver State members with Real Possibilities for living their best lives. We offer news, information and resources on the issues that matter most to you. Please stay in touch!  Here’s how to contact us: AARP Nevada – 5820 S. Eastern Avenue #190, Las Vegas, NV 89119 Call:  866-389-5652 Email: aarpnv@aarp.org Stay up-to-date on important news and events!  “Like” us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter! Please be aware that AARP Nevada staff members serve …

— FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 10, 2013  CONTACT: Michael Rowett, 501-217-1625, mrowett@aarp.org Arkansas Members of Congress and Senators Could Lose Older Voters by Backing Proposed Cut to Social Security, Vets Benefits—New AARP Arkansas Poll Arkansas Voters 50+ Oppose the Chained CPI, Believe Social Security Should Not Be Cut to Reduce the Deficit  LITTLE ROCK –Today, AARP Arkansas released new survey results that show 71 percent of older Arkansas voters would be considerably less favorable toward their member of Congress or U.S. …

— BOSTON – Following the Department of Public Health’s Public Health Council meeting about the Prescription Drug Gift Ban Law, Michael Murray, interim state director of AARP Massachusetts – which represents more than 800,000 members age 50 and older – issued the following statement: “AARP is disappointed that the Department of Public Health chose not to alter the emergency regulations to provide a specific definition of modest meals and refreshments. Without a defined standard, the department will have almost no ability …