CBO confirms: Senate health care bill is bad news- AARP
A new report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office confirms the Senate health care bill would have a crushing impact on Americans, leaving 22 million more people uninsured by 2026.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Corporate Social Responsibility — AARP
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Obama Portraits Unveiled at Smithsonian Museum — AARP
The National Portrait Gallery unveiled portraits of former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama, painted by artists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald.