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Spotlight: New Jerseyans Fight Back — and Win Against Higher Utility Bills

Posted on 05/5/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

PoliticsThis is a true story of how New Jerseyans fought back against the largest proposed utility rate increase by the state’s biggest gas and electric company in its century-long history — and won. Just last week, consumer advocates — including AARP — reached a settlement on “Energy Strong,” a PSE&G proposal to harden its electric and gas systems following the tragedy of Superstorm Sandy. The settlement saves New Jersey utility customers $1.6 billion.  A culmination of a more than a …

Some Political Advice from the Dance Floor: Don’t Just Stand There . . .

Posted on 05/23/2012 by |Politics | Comments

Bulletin Today | PoliticsSusan Milligan is visiting six Election 2012 battleground states to talk with 50-plus voters for a report that will be published in the September issue of the AARP Bulletin. She posted this from Fairfax, Virginia. Wanna shag? It’s a question that might get your face slapped in a pub in England, where the word refers to an intimate encounter. But in Virginia and southward, shag is a couple’s dance. And at Icons, a popular restaurant and dance hall in Fairfax, …

News To Know: Creative Fixes For A Stuggling Economy

Posted on 11/7/2008 by |Archived Contributor | Comments

Your LifeTough economic times have helped to breed new and creative solutions.