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Older Adults Received February SNAP Benefits Early: Impact and Next Steps

During the federal government shutdown last month, the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) requested that states issue February’s benefits in January to ensure that people received them during the shutdown. Here’s what the means for beneficiaries, who are used to receiving their benefits once per month.

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Why we care about visits to Capitol Hill (and you should too)

Learn why visits to your members of Congress on Capitol Hill are an important part of visiting Washington, DC, and giving voice to the older adults you serve.

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Scams to Watch Out for in 2019

Millions of older adults are exploited each year by scammers. Learn what 3 scams are making the rounds right now & what you can do to protect yourself.

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New Congress begins slowly, but seniors’ priorities remain on the docket

As the partial government shutdown extends into a fourth week and becomes the longest one on record, we continue to monitor the effects on benefits and services that older adults rely on.

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What’s New for Medicare in 2019

Medicare changes every year. Here’s what you should expect in 2019.

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