There are multiple reasons for Gov. Nixon to veto HB 42, the least of which is that the bill does nothing to solve the problem it was intended to solve. The bill arose in response to the costs incurred by school districts having not met the standards set by No Child Left Behind whose students […]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.
Rep. Kendrick speaking at a press conference on the ACA Supreme Court Decision on June 25.
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In the wake of today’s 6-3 Supreme Court decision reaffirming the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Rep. Kendrick and others were asked to speak at a 5:30 pm press conference held by the Missouri Rural Crisis Center. Like this:Like Loading…View
In a 6-3 ruling, the US Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act (ACA) once again. Join Rep. Kendrick, MO Nurses Association President Rebecca McClanahan, Central MO Community Action Executive Director Darin Preis, MU Graduate Student Harly Moore, and Martha Stevens from the MO Rural Crisis Center at a 5:30pm press conference today Thursday, […]View
Rep. Kendrick met this afternoon on campus with Mizzou’s Graduate and Professional Council (GPC) for a roundtable discussion of issues important to them: funding for higher education, research, student loan debt, and open access. Rep. Kendrick challenged Council members to work with him next session to address the student loan crisis in Missouri. The Graduate […]View
Rep. Kendrick was asked to present at the National School-Based Health Care Convention in Austin, Texas on June 16-19 on his efforts in Missouri to further school-based telehealth. As part of a day-long work group focused on practice identification and policy development for those involved in school-based health care, Kip sent the following video explaining […]View
The University of Missouri Flagship Council is an important element in assuring that the interests of MU––our state’s land grant, Research 1 institution––are prominently placed before the state legislature. In their 2015 Legislative Report, they include: • 1.3% increase in performance funding Funding for core operations, performance funding and for continuing initiatives to help ensure […]View