AARP has hosted events engaging more than a million people in conversations about how to strengthen Medicare and Social Security. AARP is now providing information, both pros and cons, about options currently being considered for changing Medicare and Social Security. The information is located at

The analyses, along with fact sheets, info-graphics, and questionnaires are designed to give people a voice in the future of the programs.

The AARP “You’ve Earned a Say” website is a one-stop resource of straightforward information about Medicare and Social Security, the challenges each program faces into the future as well as the pros and cons regarding ideas politicians have proposed for changing them.

For more information about AARP and “You’ve Earned a Say,” go to

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