AARP West Virginia

The latest resources & info on AARP’s work in the Mountain State
MAY 11, 2022
Voters who are out of state, ill, or are confined due to COVID-19 are eligible to vote absentee
APR 21, 2020
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MAY 6, 2022
A guide to when, where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine
APR 28, 2022
On April 28, 2022, West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner joined AARP West Virginia for a live statewide TeleTown Hall conversation on voting procedures for the May 10 Primary Election. During the interactive event, Secretary Warner explained voting options and fielded questions from AARP members across the Mountain State. You can listen to the event in its entirety below:
Up to 10 million will need new devices as carriers look to reuse that part of the airwaves
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This article was contributed by guest columnist, West Virginia State Senator Ryan Weld (R- Brooke,01).
HB 4252 a meaningful step to bring financial relief to thousands of WV families
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From phony test kits to bogus testing sites, con men are out to scam you during the pandemic
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Diabetes is one of the main health problems in West Virginia
WV House Speaker Roger Hanshaw
House Speaker: "Incredibly proud" of legislative work to support economic development
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On behalf of more than 250,000 members in the Mountain State, and all West Virginians 50+ and their families, AARP’s state legislative priorities in 2022 are focused on expanding home and community-based services to make sure people have choice in how they live as they age, expanding access to high speed internet service, protecting older West Virginians against fraud and financial exploitation, and ensuring that individuals of all ages have the financial resilience to take control of their retirement.
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Price of new Alzheimer's drug that prompted record premium hike since cut in half
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$14.2B Affordable Connectivity Program replaces Emergency Broadband Benefit
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