AARP wants to hear from youFargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- AARP is giving people of all ages a say in the future of Social Security and Medicare.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- AARP is giving people of all ages a say in the future of Social Security and Medicare.
As part of a national, "you've Earned a Say" effort, AARP is hosting meetings across the country.
Today, people in Fargo had a chance to make their voices heard about the future of those programs. National Board President Robert Romasco was part of the discussion.
Romasco says, "last year there was a lot of discussion about Social Security and Medicare, but it was all done in Washington behind closed doors. We thought it was important for those conversations to be held out in the light of day and to be held with the people who actually have paid for these programs and who are affected by these programs."
Those who couldn't attend the meeting can complete a questionnaire online at www.earnedasay.org.