See Rep. Kendrick’s press release in response to Thursday’s Boone County Republican rally where the keynote, Senator Ed Emery, showed his contempt for public schools and the LGBT community. Read Emery’s remarks in the Columbia Missourian and the followup story in the Columbia Tribune.View
Standing Up for Mizzou and Our Students
Hear Rep. Kendrick’s comments at the MU Alumni Association Legislative Forum as he defends the University and details his initiative to provide for a state option for student loan refinancing.
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It has been announced that Speaker of the House Todd Richardson appointed Rep. Kip Kendrick to the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Advisory Council. With the passage of Senate Bills 620 and 582 in the last legislative session, the new CTE Advisory Council membership was appointed to replace a Department of Education interim committee. Rep. […]View
There is no doubt where Rep. Kip Kendrick stands on the core issues on which legislative candidates are confronted. The Columbia Tribune details the significant differences between Rep. Kendrick and his opponent in the November election.View
The 2016 Veto Session in the State Legislature continued and doubled-down on the wish of the super-majority Party to make Governor Nixon the most veto-overridden governor in Missouri history. Several overrides were valiantly contested even though the outcome was a foregone conclusion and use of the “PQ” to force an end to the debate has […]View
With Governor Nixon already having the most overridden vetoes at least in modern-day Missouri history––largely because of the veto-proof number of majority Party legislators in both houses––this year’s Veto Session scheduled for September 14 is being closely watched. Follow along as the Missouri Legislature decides where to place their veto priorities among the following 22 […]View
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