Intersection - Reps. Stevens and Kendrick on Serving in a Superminority | KBIA

Intersection - Reps. Stevens and Kendrick on Serving in a Superminority

Nov 11, 2019

On this edition of Intersection, we talk with state Reps. Martha Stevens and Kip Kendrick, both Democrats from mid-Missouri leveraging their local community involvement into their legislative work in the superminority party in Jefferson City.

State Representatives Martha Stevens (right) and Kip Kendrick joined Intersection in studio for a conversation about health policy, Medicaid and their plans for the upcoming 2020 legislative session.
Credit Sidney Steele / KBIA

Stevens has worked as a professional social worker and has focused on health care policy since being elected to the state legislature in November 2016. Kendrick has served in the legislature since November 2014, focusing on health care policy and serving on the House Ethics and Higher Education committees. 

Producer Sidney Steele talks with the two legislators about payday lending, Medicaid, health care access, and their plans for the upcoming state legislative session in January 2020.