The AARP Bulletin

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The pandemic has put in-person events on hold, but the state office is continuing to keep the 50-plus community together by finding creative ways to move activities online. 
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As part of a collaboration with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University, AARP Virginia is providing a sampling of online classes on art, literature, history, science and current affairs. 
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Virginia is home to 183,750 veterans who served in the Vietnam War. 
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The COVID-19 pandemic has been especially dangerous for residents of long-term care facilities, and now AARP Virginia has a seat at the table when it comes to addressing the crisis. 
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New laws allow voting by absentee ballot up to 45 days before an election, eliminating previous rules that required voters to have an accepted excuse to vote absentee.
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