Standing Up for Mizzou and Our Students

Hear Rep. Kendrick’s comments at the MU Alumni Association Legislative Forum as he defends the University and details his initiative to provide for a state option for student loan refinancing.



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13 of 20 Vetoes Overridden

The 2016 Veto Session in the State Legislature continued and doubled-down on the wish of the super-majority Party to make Governor Nixon the most veto-overridden governor in Missouri history. Several overrides were valiantly contested even though the outcome was a foregone conclusion and use of the “PQ” to force an end to the debate has […]


2016 Veto (Override) Session

With Governor Nixon already having the most overridden vetoes at least in modern-day Missouri history––largely because of the veto-proof number of majority Party legislators in both houses––this year’s Veto Session scheduled for September 14 is being closely watched. Follow along as the Missouri Legislature decides where to place their veto priorities among the following 22 […]


Kendrick Speaks at Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank

I just returned from the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia where I was invited to present my Student Debt Relief Act to economists, researchers, policy analysts and industry professionals. It was an honor to share my bill with many of the people who influenced it through their years of research. My refinancing bill will address […]


Kendrick Featured in House Communications News

House Communications News posted an article this week on Rep. Kendrick’s work during the interim. As the legislator representing Columbia’s higher education institutions –– the University of Missouri, Columbia College, and Stephens College –– Kendrick’s focus on college affordability is a major priority. Read the full article on the Missouri House of Representatives website ARTICLE […]


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Rep. Kendrick on the ACA Supreme Court Decision

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