AARP Maine Listens to Seniors’ Concerns About Medicare and Social Security, But That Wasn’t Their Good Ear

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aarp maineFARMINGTON — Kevin Howley of Wilton came to talk with AARP Maine representatives Tuesday about the future of Medicare and Social Security at a “You’ve Earned a Say” session at Franklin Memorial Hospital. “People are talking,” he said.They may be talking but they don’t feel their voices are being heard, John Hennessy, associate director of advocacy for AARP Maine, said before the session. Many feel decisions on the future of these two programs are being made behind closed doors in Washington, he said. AARP is listening and making sure many Maine voices will be heard by collecting and organizing data from questionnaires and opinions spoken during similar sessions. (read more — I SAID, READ MORE at the LewistonSunJournal)

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