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.
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