It’s a new year, and the AARP West Virginia Capital Advocacy Team is ready to spring into action when the legislature convenes Jan. 10.
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Nearly 40 percent of West Virginians are 50 or older, and AARP will fight for their interests in the legislative session that begins Feb. 8. AARP staff and volunteers on the Capitol Advocacy Team will work with lawmakers throughout the 60-day session to advance legislative priorities such as retirement security; access to affordable, reliable broadband service; caregiving; and home- and community-based services.
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