Black Community Profile: Shirley Chisholm - AARP
In 1968, American Politician Shirley Chisholm became the first African American woman to be elected to the U.S. Congress.
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Urge Congress to fully fund Medicare therapy services! — AARP
Since Jan. 1, for the first time, older Americans and people with disabilities have faced a cap on Medicare coverage for physical, occupational and speech therapy that they might need. Urge your members of Congress to fix this harmful policy now.
One Woman’s Heartfelt Message to Congress About Medicare — AARP
As of Jan. 1, Medicare limited coverage for all the important therapy services people need after a stroke, injury or other diagnosis. Judy Markoe explains why this approach is penny-wise but pound-foolish, and urges viewers to call Congress today.
Congress: Stop Medicare Cuts! — AARP
Sherl Streeter’s husband is on Medicare and counts on his doctor for lifesaving care. But Medicare will be automatically cut by $25 billion unless Congress acts — and patients like him could lose access to their longtime doctors.
What Happens When The Government Shuts Down? — AARP
It's a crummy way to run a government, sure, but Social Security checks will still go out.
After 75 Years, US Honors Filipino WWII Veterans - AARP
After 75 years, Congress presented Filipino WWII veterans with the Congressional Gold Medal.
Great News for Family Caregivers: Congress Passes RAISE Family Caregivers Act — AARP
Thanks to legislators on both sides of the aisle who voted yes, and were champions for America’s unsung heroes — family caregivers.