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Natalie Missakian

Voters in the Constitution State will have 14 days of early voting for general elections starting in 2024 under a new law supported by AARP.
A new law gives eligible caregivers a tax credit of up to $2,000 starting in the 2024 tax year, with a higher cap for caregivers of veterans or people with dementia.
One of the state's large natural gas companies agreed to trim its overall rate increase from $8.3 million to $2.2 million, following pressure from AARP and others.
AARP has been working for years to improve retirement savings options for private-sector employees, and our advocacy is bringing new state-facilitated options to workers in Minnesota, Missouri and Vermont.
Just 11 percent of respondents 50 and over think the U.S. is much better than other nations at providing care for the very old, and only 39 percent say the U.S. is at least somewhat better.
State lawmakers passed an AARP-backed bill to end the state tax on Social Security benefits for three-quarters of Minnesota recipients.
Legislation that would exempt all Missourians from paying state taxes on Social Security income is awaiting Gov. Mike Parsons' signature.
AARP and others are asking President Joe Biden to advance policies to ease the physical, emotional and financial challenges faced by family caregivers.
AARP is urging congressional lawmakers to end a discriminatory practice that forces commercial airline pilots to retire when they reach 65.
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