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The AARP Bulletin

AARP Wyoming wants to know what types of events and classes its members wish to see offered next year.
Wyoming Residents Must Now Have ID to Vote in Person
For the first time, starting this year, all Wyoming voters must present identification before casting their ballots in person.
AARP Wyoming is helping to launch a state chapter of the Colorado nonprofit Miles of Smiles. The program offers rides for nursing home residents in specially made pedicabs, called trishaws, that are piloted by trained cyclists.
AARP will offer a series of “Money Milestones” webinars and telephone town hall events this fall. The sessions will cover saving, investing, estate planning, and spotting and avoiding scams.
Two Wyoming localities are using AARP Community Challenge grants to make improvements. Jackson Hole officials will install at least three locally made benches at the Block, a 1.3-acre green space. And the Cokeville Senior Citizens Center will add ramps, replace crumbling concrete and build a new patio with no steps.
Insurance companies will have a more difficult time raising premiums for long-term care, thanks to a state law that took effect on July 1.
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