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Stay up-to-date on federal and state legislative activities. Learn how AARP is fighting for you in Washington D.C. and right here at home.
Five state lawmakers demonstrated a commitment to advancing issues important to older Texans and their families in 2023.
Under a new state law, law enforcement officers must receive training in how to interact with individuals who have Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Texas electricity customers are invited to an Oct. 23 meeting of utility leaders in Corpus Christi.
Texas voters will find 14 propositions to amend the state constitution on the Nov. 7 ballot.
The new Statewide Interagency Aging Services Coordinating Council will focus on ensuring that state agencies that provide services to older adults communicate and collaborate with one another.
Votar no es sólo un privilegio, sino también nuestro derecho. Nos da el poder de decidir cómo será nuestro futuro. En AARP Houston hemos reunido la información electoral local más actualizada para asegurarnos de que usted esté informado y que las voces de los votantes mayores de 50 años se escuchen el 9 de diciembre.
Texas has submitted a 131-page vision for the future of broadband in Texas.
September is Suicide Prevention Month -- a time to raise awareness, discuss the topic and share resources. New data shows that senior adults suffered the largest recent increase in suicides. And the number of deaths by suicide in Texas exceeds all other states.
Family caregiving, prescription drug prices, and Social Security Administration funding are among issues AARP Texas staff and volunteers are discussing with members of Congress from the Lone Star State.
774 new laws take effect Sept. 1, and many are ones that AARP Texas fought for, including measures ranging from prescription drug affordability and funding for adult protective services to food assistance.
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