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The AARP Bulletin

AARP Wisconsin is seeking legislative volunteers to help educate lawmakers, candidates, opinion leaders and the public about its priorities, including support for family caregivers.
Barbara Smith of Milwaukee was doing housework when her phone rang. The voice on the other end claimed she had been summoned to appear in federal court and needed to pay $2,000 to cancel a warrant for her arrest.
The AARP offices in Wisconsin and Minnesota, along with the Better Business Bureaus of both states, are teaming up to host a fraud awareness event on Tuesday, Oct. 24, in La Crosse.
The state’s election on Tuesday, April 4, will include an open seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. With an incumbent justice opting not to seek reelection, the winner could play a role in vital issues, such as the redistricting of legislative boundaries.
The holidays are here, and so are scammers looking to exploit the generosity many people feel this time of year.
A proposal from Gov. Tony Evers (D) would create a $500 annual tax credit for Wisconsinites who provide unpaid care to an adult family member.
AARP needs volunteers to advocate this summer and fall for issues of concern to Wisconsinites age 50-plus.
AARP Wisconsin is seeking volunteers to support its nonpartisan election outreach efforts around issues important to older adults and voter turnout.
AARP Wisconsin, along with 211/United Way of Wisconsin, is offering a new service to provide support to caregivers over the phone.
As the holiday season approaches, AARP is reminding Wisconsinites to be aware of the kinds of fraud that often pop up at this time of year.
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