AARP's Nancy LeaMond and Bill Sweeney were named to Washingtonian’s annual list of the most influential people working in the nation’s capital.
AARP experts participated in a series of panel discussions hosted by the SEC focused on cryptocurrency scams, fraud and challenges faced by older investors.
President Joe Biden stressed the need to get America’s skyrocketing prescription drug prices under control during an event Thursday at a Virginia community college.
We’re urging federal lawmakers to make a substantial investment in home care to help people remain in their homes and communities as they age.
We’re rolling out a $4.5 million advertising and grassroots campaign urging lawmakers to finally take comprehensive action to lower prescription drug prices.
AARP has a message for lawmakers considering a tax credit for the country’s 48 million family caregivers as part of the current budget reconciliation package: Don’t miss this opportunity.
As the Senate defeated the “skinny” health care repeal bill this morning, AARP thanked Republican Senators Susan Collins, John McCain, and Lisa Murkowski, as well as Senate Democrats and Independents for opposing the bill.
As the Senate plans to vote on the so-called “skinny” health care repeal bill, AARP continues its strong opposition to all of the health care repeal bills, which would ultimately result in higher costs and less coverage for older Americans.
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