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American Association of Retired Persons

 (AARP)
the largest organization for older people in the United States. It serves the elderly through extensive lobbying at the federal level, maintaining a high-volume pharmaceutical service, publishing a variety of printed materials, and performing other services.

AARP

a voluntary U.S. organization of older persons, who may or may not be retired, with the goal of improving the welfare of persons over 50 years of age. Among other actions, the group seeks out lower cost car, travel, and health insurance for its members. The AARP advocates for older individuals on legislative, consumer, education, and legal issues. Formerly called American Association of Retired Persons.

AARP

Abbreviation for American Association of Retired Persons.

AARP

American Association of Retired Persons.
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