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Texans receiving benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) should prepare for reduced payments starting in March. February will be the last month of SNAP Emergency Allotments,
Download the free 4-page AARP Texas Guide on Winter Storm Readiness
Charles Ray Guidry Jr. of San Marcos, Michele Belden of Murchison and Matiko Austin of Rosharon receive Andrus Award honors from AARP Texas for their volunteer leadership.
Texas Utility Help is scarce of funds after a publicity campaign drives interest in the energy assistance program.
Steps older Texans and state leaders can take to reduce electric rate shock and boost the resiliency of utility customers and the electric grid.
Know the signs of danger from the heat and how to protect yourself from sun damage and heat exhaustion.
A support organization in Texas helps grandparents who take on the responsibility of raising their grandchildren.
Texans are able to stay connected with the Affordable Connectivity Program that works to give residents fast, affordable high speed internet.
To Avoid Dangerous Disconnections, AARP Texas Petitions PUC For Payment Options To Protect Residential Electricity Customers
AARP Texas filed a petition with the Public Utility Commission of Texas seeking an emergency rule to help residential electricity customers facing disconnection due to non-payment.
Power outages, high temperatures and heat-related illnesses are threatening Texans, prompting reminders to stay safe during extreme heat. AARP Texas is urging residents to take heat-related hazards seriously and to be vigilant in checking on older residents, neighbors, and the medically vulnerable.
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