It was an honor to meet, hear, and discuss important issues with former US Secretary of Labor, political economist, and author Robert Reich yesterday, as he joined an event hosted by the Missouri Rural Crisis Center at the farm of Rhonda Perry and Roger Allison near Armstrong. Secretary Reich came to Mid-Missouri to speak with […]View
Telehealth: A Priority for Missouri
Rep. Kendrick was asked to present at the National School-Based Health Care Convention in Austin, Texas on June 16-19.
Check out his video presentation.
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AG’S INVESTIGATION CLEARS PLANNED PARENTHOOD Attorney General Chris Koster issued a report Sept. 28 finding no evidence women’s health care provider Planned Parenthood engaged in the unlawful sale of fetal tissue derived from abortions performed at its St. Louis facility. Koster ordered the investigation after anti-abortion activists released heavily edited undercover video this summer purporting […]View
NIXON TO SEEK BIG FUNDING BOOST FOR HIGHER EDUCATION Gov. Jay Nixon on Sept. 21 said he will include a 6 percent increase for Missouri’s public colleges and universities when he presents his fiscal year 2017 proposed budget to the General Assembly in January. However, some Republicans, who control the legislature, which ultimately writes the […]View
The results of the veto session reflect the imbalance of power in Jefferson City. Republicans had little trouble overriding most everything they attempted. The one positive takeaway from Wednesday’s veto session is the failed attempt to override HB 116, the so-called “Right to Work” bill. Read More…View
HOUSE SUSTAINS VETO ON SO-CALLED ‘RIGHT-TO-WORK’ BILL A bipartisan coalition led by House Democrats defeated efforts on Sept. 16 to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of controversial legislation that sought to make Missouri a so-called “right-to-work” state. The House of Representatives sustained the veto on a vote of 96-63-1, falling 13 “yes” votes of the […]View
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October 2015 is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). NDEAM’s purpose is to celebrate the achievements of persons with disability in the workplace and to inform communities about the benefits of hiring a diverse workforce. Take Your Legislator to Work Day is one way to celebrate. In this video Missouri State Representative Kip Kendrick discussed the importance of participating and provides tips on how to move forward.
Rep. Kendrick speaking at a press conference on the ACA Supreme Court Decision on June 25.