Mike Middleton’s appointment today as Interim President of the University of Missouri is an important step toward bridging gaps that exist for marginalized students attending our state’s flagship University. He is uniquely qualified, given his history and experience, to lead the University forward. I stand with him to assist in any way I can. Read […]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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CAMPUS TURMOIL LEADS TO LEADERSHIP SHAKEUP AT MU University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe and MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin both submitted their resignations Nov. 9 amid protests over racism and other issues at the flagship Columbia campus. Wolfe was expected to step down as early as Nov. 12, while Loftin will remain as […]View
On this Veterans Day, we should all honor the sacrifices and the service so many have dedicated to our great nation. But more than just paying tribute to or reflecting on their service, we need to ask: What can be done to improve the lives of veterans in our state and our community? Having worked […]View
Rep. Kendrick testified at a legislative hearing on November 5 before the House Committee on Administration and Accounts. The two-hour hearing was held regarding proposed changes to the sexual harassment and intern policies within the Missouri House of Representatives. Rep. Kendrick previously submitted lengthy policy changes and additions to a House Work Group in response […]View
STATE JUDGES TAKE PAY HIKE REJECTED BY LEGISLATURE Missouri judges took a 1 percent pay increase on July 1, even though the General Assembly in January had rejected the constitutional authorization for the salary hike and didn’t include its $538,000 cost in the fiscal year 2016 state budget. The judicial pay hikes range from an […]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.