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Online Chat With AARP President Lee Hammond

 

AARP hosted a web chat Thursday afternoon to answer questions about the new report on the Association from three members of the House of Representatives. AARP President Lee Hammond addressed the organization’s advocacy efforts as well as its structure and finances.

Click on the gray box to read the questions and answers from the chat.

W. Lee Hammond, M.Ed., of Salisbury, Md., is AARP's president and has been a member of its Board of Directors since 2002.

 

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