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Wyoming’s rate of COVID-19 cases and deaths inside Wyoming skilled nursing homes rose during the four-week period ending October 23, 2022.
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Paul Greenwood is a retired San Diego Deputy District Attorney where he headed up the Elder Abuse Prosecution Unit for 22 years. He has prosecuted over 750 felony cases of physical, sexual, emotional and financial elder abuse. Paul now spends much of his post-retirement time consulting on elder abuse cases and providing trainings to law enforcement and Adult Protective Services agencies across the country and internationally. He is also a criminal justice board member of National Adult Protective Services Association.
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The Capitol is a lot quieter this week as the 2022 Wyoming Legislative Session has ended. For the last time this year, let’s go over what happened last week under the golden dome of interest to older adults in Wyoming.
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Former Wyoming Speaker of The House Steve Harshman presides over the 2020 Wyoming House of Representatives.
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Lander Senator Cale Case has proposed an amendment to the state budget of $3 million to be put towards property tax relief. That measure faces approvals in the State Legislature this week.
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Welcome to this week’s Legislative update. Each week during the session, AARP Wyoming will give you three things that happened at the Capitol that could impact members age 50 and over. While those things might not be the biggest newsmakers, they will be items that bear watching. Let’s get started.
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Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon will be the guest during an AARP Wyoming TeleTown Hall at 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 25.
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AARP data suggests nursing home cases of COVID-19 could be on the rise shortly.
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This column originally ran during the November 2021 edition of The AARP Wyoming News
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