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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Rep. Kendrick’s Message in Support of National Disability Employment Awareness Month

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 on the ACA Supreme Court Decision

Rep. Kendrick speaking at a press conference on the ACA Supreme Court Decision on June 25.

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Rep. Kendrick Drafts Revised House Policies

If we’re not part of the solution, we are part of the problem In his e-newsletter distributed today, Rep. Kendrick announced to his constituents his work over the last few months in beginning to address the permissive culture in the State Legislature: The time for addressing ethics reform in the Missouri state legislature is long […]


I’m Working to Address This, Gov. Nixon…

“While there are a great many dedicated, well-meaning public servants in the legislature, this past session highlighted some serious and long-running problems in the Missouri General Assembly, issues that affect the public policies that the legislature pursues and the people that work there and the students that come there during college”. The governor noted that […]


Are Apprenticeship Programs The New “Other College”?

Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez points out that there are multiple pathways to the middle class and, with 5.4M job openings currently in the US, apprenticeship programs can be a way to address multiple problems.  The earn-while-you-learn programs help students gain marketable job skills without incurring college debt. Apprenticeships can also be structured in ways […]


Launch Code Plans Progress

See today’s Columbia Business Times article for a great, detailed story on Launch Code and its emerging partnership with Columbia’s business community. I’m proud to champion the entry of Launch Code into Columbia and look forward to seeing this innovative approach to job training take off.  Ready, Set, Launch!


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Chris & Kip

Retiring State Representative Chris Kelly

with newly elected Representative Kip Kendrick

The Passing of the Torch…