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A news release from the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) titled “Senate Does the Right Thing on Medicare Bill Second Time Around” consists of a statement from Bill Novelli, Chief Executive Officer of AARP, commending the bipartisan support to pass a bill in Congress that would protect and improve Medicare for the 44 million Americans who rely on it.

In an article from AARP Bulletin Today titled “Where We Stand: Lessons From Around the World,” Bill Novelli, CEO of AARP, writes about the organization’s efforts in transforming our nation’s health care system as well as AARP’s commitment to address the issues concerning the aging populations through expanding AARP’s network internationally.

Excerpts from AARP CEO Bill Novelli’s book “50+: Igniting a Revolution to Reinvent America” describes how Novelli challenges the boomers to positively transform our society as well as Novelli’s propositions for reinventing America through reinventing retirement, building livable communities, and transforming our healthcare system.

An article from Reuters titled “Statement by AARP CEO Bill Novelli on President Bush’s State of the Union” describes Novelli’s response to the U.S. President’s State of the Union address, where Bill Novelli urged the Congress and the Administration to maintain bipartisanship in order to address the pressing health and economic issues.

A news release from AARP’s Press Center titled “AARP ‘Troubled’ by Senate’s Vote to Block Medicare Improvements,” illustrates how Bill Novelli, the CEO of the American Association of Retired Persons, reacted to the vote to block the needed Medicare legislation in the U.S. Senate.

A video on Bill Novelli, CEO of AARP and co-founder of the Divided We Fail Campaign, shows how Novelli stresses how the Divided We Fail Campaign is a cornerstone for the association, pointing out two critical issues including healthcare reform and long term financial security and how they are interrelated.

A news release from the AARP Press Center titled “Bill Novelli to Remain CEO of AARP” announces Novelli’s acceptance of the Board’s offer to remain as the association’s Chief Executive Officer until January 2010 as well as the start of their transition process beginning with the search for Bill Novelli’s successor.