State lawmakers work on master plan for California’s aging population

SACRAMENTO (KUSI) – California’s population is aging. The California State Plan on Aging estimates that by 2030, the number of people over the age of 85 is projected to increase by over 70 percent. By 2050, it is anticipated the population of those over 85 will be 2.26 million people.

State lawmakers have started work on the Governor’s Master Plan on Aging. The cabinet level committee that’s creating the master plan must complete its working by October.



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