Tom Korosec

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AARP Texas is working to bridge the digital divide. Those without access to high-speed internet tend to be older adults living in rural areas, regions that also lack access to health care.
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Six Texas areas received AARP Community Challenge grants this year to fund quick-action projects, including a neighborhood garden, murals and upgraded crosswalks.
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AARP volunteers do everything from addressing state and federal legislators about issues of importance to the 50-plus population, to public speaking, to telephone town halls or behind-the-scenes organizing.
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Texas lawmakers are facing a key question: How much funding do they direct to institutional care and how much to home- and community-based services?
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Texas lawmakers are facing a key question: How much funding do they direct to institutional care and how much to home- and community-based services?
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