AARP NY And Sen. Gillibrand Speak Out About Need For Lower Prescription Drug Prices From Harlem To Hollis

Today AARP New York delivered a petition signed by over 283,000 New Yorkers to U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand calling for Congress to act now and stop unfair drug prices. Continue Reading →


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Gov. Hochul Signs New Law To Empower 2.5M Working From Harlem To Hollis To Save On The Job

Harlemites, and AARP New York today applauded Governor Kathy Hochul for signing a new law that will empower as many as 2.5 million private-sector workers. Continue Reading →


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Non-Parent Relatives & Family Friends Caring For Children Gain Legal Standing In NYS

Non-parent relatives and family friends – disproportionately African American and mostly grandparents. Continue Reading →


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AARP Commends NYC Council, Mayor For Increased Funding For Aging Services In FY22

AARP New York applauded the New York City Council and Mayor for agreeing on an FY22 budget that increases investments. Continue Reading →


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AARP Hails Final NYS Legislative Passage Of Bill To Strengthen State’s Retirement Savings Program

AARP New York today hailed final New York State legislative passage of a bill to strengthen the State’s Secure Choice Savings Program. Continue Reading →


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AARP New York Opens Search For Next Volunteer State President – Is That You?

AARP New York is opening the search for its next State President, a volunteer role that leads the organization’s state Executive Council. Continue Reading →


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NYers Could Benefit By Enrolling Today In Affordable Health Plan Through NY State Of Health

Hundreds of thousands more New Yorkers lack health insurance than before the coronavirus pandemic began last year – particularly those of color. Continue Reading →


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