BOONE CO. STATE REPRESENTATIVE EXPECTS QUIET VETO SESSION

Wednesday, the Missouri General Assembly meets for a veto session. Kip Kendrick, Boone County Democratic State Representative, says Wednesday’s session should be a quiet one because the governor only vetoed seven bills. However, he thinks there could be action on the funding for in-home services for seniors and people with disabilities. There’s strong support for it in the Senate, but it may take work to get it through the House.



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Kendrick says without restoring funding for this service, some 8,000 of Missouri’s most vulnerable will be harmed. He says he’s heard criticism that these in-home services are too costly.



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Boone County Democratic State Representative Kip Kendrick.

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