As Florida lawmakers tackle another year of dreary state fiscal conditions, services vital to older Floridians and protections for consumers of all generations are under pressure in Tallahassee. AARP Florida volunteers and staff will be fighting hard for the interests of 50+ Floridians as the session gears up in January.
“This will be a tough session,” predicted AARP Florida Interim State Director Jeff Johnson. “From consumer protections on utilities issues to restoring safe nursing-care standards to Florida nursing homes, AARP will be working hard for our members and Floridians of all generations this year.”
Among the top issues AARP will be working on:
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