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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MUNICIPAL COURT REFORM BILL TAKES EFFECT AUG. 28 A new law that seeks to reform municipal court operations in Missouri and further limit how much revenue cities can collect from court fines and fees takes effect on Aug. 28, along with most of the other bills enacted during the 2015 legislative session. Because of legislative […]View
Rep. Kip Kendrick spoke to a rousing crowd of more than 100 Democrats last night in Monroe City, his hometown. Folks gathered from Monroe, Ralls, Shelby, and Marion Counties to join the event hosted by the Monroe County Democratic Club. Kendrick shared his experiences in his first session in the Missouri House, the challenges we […]View
HIGH COURT RULINGS LIMIT TRAFFIC CAMERA ORDINANCES The Missouri Supreme Court on Aug. 18 issued three rulings severely curtailing municipal ordinances authorizing traffic enforcement cameras but leaving open the possibility that cities can craft new ordinances that pass constitutional muster. The rulings came in three separate cases involving red-light cameras in St. Louis and St. […]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.