AARP on Governor’s ‘Middle Class Recovery Act’: Addressing Looming Savings Crisis Critical for Millions
3.5 M Could Miss Middle Class Retirement; AARP Urges State-Facilitated Workplace Retirement Savings Option; Backs Proposals to Fight Elder Financial Exploitation
Today, Nora Duncan, state director of AARP Connecticut -- which represents more than 603,000 members age 50 and older in the state -- issued the following statement in response to Governor Malloy’s SF 2015 Mid-Term Budget Adjustments:
MADISON, WISCONSIN – With a projected state budget surplus of more than $976 million by mid-2015, AARP Wisconsin was hopeful that Governor Walker – in his State of the State speech – would have placed a greater emphasis on providing long-term relief for those most impacted by the recession.
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