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State and Local Action Plans on Aging

Detailed documents, from A (Alabama) to W (Wyoming)

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With our population aging, state and local governments are getting ready. — Getty Images

One in three Americans is now age 50 or older — by 2030, one in five will be 65-plus. Will your state and local community be ready?

The materials listed below are organized by state.

Each title links to a one-page article about the state or community's action plan. The article also contains an optional PDF download of the complete report.

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