Legislative Briefing reviews impacts on aging residents

Jun 27, 2022
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Missouri Capitol

On Tuesday, June 21, 2022, the Kansas and Missouri Legislative Session Wrap-up provided an overview of the 2022 Kansas and Missouri state legislative sessions, as well as updates on the impact of recent federal stimulus bills and the 2023 federal budget on organizations that provide services to older adults in Kansas and Missouri.

Presenters included: 

  • Kathy Greenlee, President and CEO, Greenlee Global 
  • Nicole Lynch, Policy and Advocacy Manager, VOYCE 
  • Leslie Anderson, Executive Director, Kansas Association of Area Agencies on Aging 
  • Glenda DuBoise, State Director, AARP Kansas 
  • Karuva Kaseke, Fiscal Policy Analyst, Kansas Action for Children 
  • Ernie Kutzley, Advocacy Director, AARP Kansas 
  • Lindsey Baker, Research Director, Missouri Budget Project 
  • Jay Hardenbrook, Advocacy Director, AARP Missouri 
  • Julie Peetz, Executive Director, Missouri Association of Area Agencies on Aging 
  • Craig Eichelman, State Director, AARP Missouri 
  • James Stowe, Ph.D., Director, Aging and Adult Services and Board President, Missouri Association of Area Agencies on Aging 
Event Recording

Sponsored by Kansas City Leadership in Aging Network (AARP Kansas; AARP Missouri; Center for Practical Bioethics; Clay County Senior Services; Health Forward Foundation; Johnson County Area Agency on Aging; Landon Center on Aging, University of Kansas Medical Center; MARC Department of Aging and Adult Services; Menorah Heritage Foundation; Platte County Senior Fund; UMKC Consortium for Aging in Community; University of Kansas Health Professionals; Wyandotte/Leavenworth Area Agency on Aging); Missouri Association of Area Agencies on Aging (with special contributions from Aging Best, Aging Ahead, SeniorAge and St. Louis Area Agency on Aging).