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Bill Ferris, Associate State Director for AARP in New York State NEW YORK, Jan. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With Gov.
Innovative think-and-do lab unites the world's leading experts and partners to deliver groundbreaking methodology and programming WASHINGTON, Jan.
New Yorkers Paying Roughly 54% Higher Electric Rates than Nat'l Avg., While Utility Profits in State up $332 Million NEW YORK, Jan.
The driver safety course updates seniors on the current rules of the road and how to operate a vehicle more safely in today's challenging driving environment. (PRWEB)
The Best in 50+ Cinema Honored at Annual Gala in Los Angeles on February 2nd and in AARP The Magazine's February/March 2015 Issue WASHINGTON, Jan.
Joint Statement by AARP, NYPIRG, Consumers Union, Public Utility Law Project ALBANY, N.Y., Jan.
Where's The War On Alzheimer's; Julianne Moore Talks New Role; AARP's Commitment To New Year Solutions For The 50+; Having Kids After 50; Hidden Hazards Of Cold Medicines; Cures You Can't Afford &
AARP Members to Explore CES, Test High-Tech Products Designed for Them LAS VEGAS, Dec.
List Narrows the Field of Contenders for the Movies for Grownups Award Winners to be Announced in January WASHINGTON, Dec.
- A young chicken: also used as a pet name for children.