AARP Opposes Proposed Budget
It cut billions from programs older Americans depend on
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New Health Care Bill Could Be the Worst One Yet — AARP
Congress is trying to pass yet another bad health care bill that would increase costs, take away coverage from millions of Americans, impose a crushing age tax on people ages 50 to 64, and price-gouge patients living with conditions like cancer.
5 Reasons Your Representative Should Vote NO on the Budget — AARP
The U.S. House of Representatives is voting on a proposed budget soon, and it’s bad news for Medicare and older Americans. Cristina Martin Firvida, lists five reasons we are urging House members to vote NO.
You Did It: AARP Members Stop Bad Health Care Bills — AARP
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins sends a special thank-you to the AARP members and volunteers who helped defeat legislation in Congress that would have dramatically increased health care costs and made insurance unaffordable for millions of people over 50.
Melania Trump Gives Gown to Smithsonian — AARP
Melania Trump donated her inaugural ball gown to the First Ladies' Collection at the Smithsonian Institution. The first lady handed over the vanilla silk, off-the-shoulder gown during a ceremony Friday in Washington.
Senate Still Trying to Raise Health Care Costs, Strip Coverage
The U.S. Senate voted on Tuesday to proceed with legislation that would dramatically raise premiums and strip coverage from millions of Americans.
Cruz Amendment Makes Bad Health Care Bill Worse – AARP
The Cruz amendment would make it easier for insurance companies to discriminate price-wise against older Americans and those with preexisting conditions. AARP urges the Senate to vote no on the bad health care bill.