AARP holds meeting on election priorities
One of the most powerful lobbying organizations in America is promising to make affordable, quality health care and long-term financial security priorities in this election year.
AARP, which represents 40 million people ages 50 and older, held a town hall meeting called "Divided We Fail" on Wednesday in Moorhead. About 80 local residents attended.
The goal of the meetings, which have been held all over the nation, is to jump-start national conversations about these issues:
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