En español | Have you ever scheduled a medical procedure, made sure your health insurance was covering it as in-network — but later were surprised to receive an out-of-network bill from one of your health providers?
While Washington, D.C., has been home for the last 25 years, I grew up in New York and am still a New Yorker at heart. I miss many things about the Empire State, but definitely not the winters - especially this year, when the strong storms and bitter cold have been brutal.
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Hey all, Jenn here from the AARP Illinois Communications team. In this post I wanted to tell you about some of the legislative work that AARP staffer Ryan Gruenenfelder has been doing down in Springfield. I spoke with Ryan yesterday about House Bill 1689 - a bill that goes into effect in Illinois this month which addresses an issue that he's been working on for about 3 years - cracking down on those sad, sad souls who try to steal Social Security checks and any other sort of money from the elderly and disabled.
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