Last week Rep. Kip Kendrick filed HB 964 to rename a section of Providence Road in honor of Mr. Sherman Brown. Mr. Brown was a tremendous individual, a successful business owner, a mentor to many, and a fixture in the Columbia community. The section of Providence Road between I-70 and the Business Loop, so renamed, […]View
Standing Up for Ethics Reform
Read Rep. Kendrick’s Nov. 14, 2016 Press Release on Ethics Reform
and his plan in the 99th General Assembly
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Read this week’s state and federal legislative update from the University of Missouri System, including: MU School of Medicine Telehealth on Capitol Hill Rachel Mutrux, senior program director of Telehealth at the MU School of Medicine, was in D.C. this week to participate in the National Rural Health Association Policy Institute. As part of those […]View
Read this week’s update from MU’s Flagship Council, including: MU establishes Institute for Korean Studies “From North Korea to American Citizen, ” a talk by Grace Jo, an activist and North Korean refugee, followed by a screening of the documentary film about her “I am Grace,” served as the launch of the MU Institute for […]View
OPPONENTS SEEK TO FORCE VOTE ON ‘RIGHT-TO-WORK’ Hours after Republican Gov. Eric Greitens signed a so-called “right-to-work” bill into law on Feb. 6, the Missouri AFL-CIO filed a referendum petition that would require a statewide vote on the measure before it could take effect. Labor groups are also pursuing a proposed constitutional amendment that would […]View
As harmful as they are to the University of Missouri, our students, and our community, the budget cuts to higher education were anticipated. Gov. Eric Greitens’ plan to end state-funded care for more than 20,000 Missourians with disabilities left many speechless. Read Kansas City Star article here.View
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The Time for Ethics Reform is Now!
Rep. Kendrick discusses looming budget cuts and his bills addressing growing student debt in Missouri.