In March, AARP leaders at events across the country launched “You’ve Earned a Say,” a national conversation about strengthening health and retirement security.
Through “You’ve Earned a Say,” AARP is taking the debate about Medicare and Social Security out from behind closed doors in Washington and making sure all Americans have a voice in the discussion about their future.
AARP kicked off Wisconsin’s “You’ve Earned a Say” conversations with a town hall discussion in La Crosse on March 21, and will be traveling across the state this spring and summer, asking folks their opinions about Medicare and Social Security.
AARP Wisconsin wants to hear from you as well. You can join the debate in a variety of ways:
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