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Suburbs Go Gray: Part Two

Suburbs Go Gray: Part Two

As suburbs shift, funding fights loom Going Gray: How Aging Boomers Will Challenge Suburbia By Jenni Burgle Stateline Rudy Magnan was shocked when he learned, a few years ago, that he’d have to pay $2,000 more in property taxes for his two-bedroom condo in an adults-only community in Newtown, Connecticut. So Magnan and other retirees […]

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Suburbs Go Gray: Part Three

Suburbs Go Gray: Part Three

Grocery Stores, Grab Bars and ‘Golden Girls’ Going Gray: How Aging Boomers Will Challenge Suburbia © The Pew Charitable Trusts “Golden Girls” Carol Gee, Landa Williams, Paula Gee and dog Ace share a suburban home in Overland Park, Kansas. The three baby boomers moved in together for support and companionship and chose the house because […]

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More states consider family, medical leave laws

More states consider family, medical leave laws

More States Consider Family Leave Laws, But Barriers Remain   By Teresa Wiltz Stateline Early this year, in his State of the State address, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo got personal: He confessed that he “kicked” himself every day for not spending more time with his father when he was on his deathbed. And then Cuomo made […]

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