7 noticias de impacto esta semana

Estas son las 7 noticias más impactantes de la semana. ¿Estás de acuerdo? Si no es así­ comparte tu opinión en los comentarios: 1. Vientos de guerra en Ucrania – La muerte de cinco militantes prorrusos por parte de las fuerzas de seguridad de Kiev elevó aún más la tensión que se vive en Ucrania. El presidente de Rusia, Vladimir Putin, dijo que la operación militar llevada a cabo por las autoridades de Kiev era un “delito muy grave” que tendrí­a consecuencias. …

Listeria -evita contagiarte

Los Centros para el Control y Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC por sus siglas en inglés) reportaron un brote de listeria en Maryland y California. Siete personas han sido hospitalizadas con los sí­ntomas y se reportó una muerte; todos son hispanos y todos consumieron queso. Aunque todaví­a los CDC están en un proceso de investigación, hoy The Associated Press reportó que la compañí­a Roos Foods de Kenton, Delaware retiró del mercado 16 tipos de quesos que han sido vinculados con dicho …

Can You Be Blocked From Jury Duty if You’re Gay?

Imagine that you’re called for jury duty. Maybe you’re excited – you’ve always wanted to see the justice system from inside. Maybe you’re bummed out – you’ve already been through this routine more times than you can remember. Whatever you feel, you’re likely to trust in a system that is supposed to be fair to all – including prospective jurors. And because you’re over 50 years old, you’re more likely to be selected for a jury than others in the …

Caregiving Across State Lines

Meet Lynn Achter, a Wyoming resident, who was granted guardianship of her brother in Oregon after he suffered a brain injury in a motorcycle accident.   From a thousand miles away, she managed his money, made medical decisions, and coordinated the resources and services he needed. The distance made Lynn’s caregiving responsibilities even more difficult, and she decided to move her brother to Wyoming.  That’s when Lynn discovered that Wyoming did not have a uniform guardianship law, and she would have …

4 More Wins – For You

Over the last two years, AARP has saved consumers an estimated $3 billion on their utility bills, protected reliable phone service and fought for stronger consumer protections for all Americans – all as part of our multistate utilities campaign.  And, we’re not stopping there. 4 More Wins for Consumers: As recently highlighted in the New York Times, AARP South Carolina volunteers raised their voices in opposition to Duke Energy’s request for a rate increase that would have increased yearly bills …