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Harmful health care bill discriminates against older, sicker, Virginians
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Organization informs its 1 million members of vote on Senate Bill 861
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Two positive organizations serving older Virginians teamed up on Feb. 26. Sensational Seniors, a ministry of Riverview Baptist Church in Richmond, and AARP Virginia came together at an 11a.m. meeting in the church fellowship hall. They tackled the issue of Fraud and Identity Theft.
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Bill would create a new, less regulated insurance market that could put consumers at risk
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Benefit Consortia and Association Health Plans Are Bad for Virginians
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February 11 is Crossover in the Virginia General Assembly, when bills that have passed their initial chamber cross over for consideration by the other house. We’ve been working daily with legislators, partners, and volunteers to effect positive change for all Virginians as we age.
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HB 775 will study the need for retirement savings
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HB 361 would have assisted family members caring for loved ones
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HELP FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS, WORKERS, AND THOSE WITH STUDENT DEBT ON LEGISLATIVE AGENDA
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What we are fighting for at the Virginia General Assembly
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