U.S. House Votes to Protect Older Workers
Thanks to your calls and emails, the House of Representatives took a step toward protecting older workers against age discrimination!
The AARP Minute: January 12, 2020
In today's "AARP Minute," older Americans have a more positive view of the United States, and Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin resume their roles as Grace and Frankie.
AARP Draws Attention to 50+ Market at CES
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins highlights the importance of older adults to the economy.
Disrupt Aging Around the World A Conversation with OECD Angel Gurria
Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, talks about the great collaborative work AARP and the OECD are doing to change perceptions of aging around the world.
A Teacher’s Choice: Rationing Rx
Diane was supposed to retire but faces high prices for her asthma medications. Her message to Congress? It’s time to act.
Meet Doug Lehman: Wouldn't Be Alive Without His Medicine
He pays more than $500 per month for his 32 prescriptions. If he doesn't pay, in his words, “I am a dead man.”
Urge Congress to Protect Older Workers!
Discrimination is discrimination. Tell your member of Congress to be a champion for older workers and pass H.R. 1230.
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AARP 2020 Presidential Candidate Forum: Council Bluffs, Iowa
Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.), Montana Gov. Steve Bullock and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg discuss the issues that matter the most to older Americans.
AARP Asks the Candidates: Montana Governor Steve Bullock
Bullock answers questions on strengthening Medicare and Social Security, lowering prescription drug prices and helping older Americans age in their communities.
AARP Asks the Candidates: South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg
Buttigieg answers questions on strengthening Medicare and Social Security, lowering prescription drug prices and helping older Americans age in their communities.
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