Accomplishments & Endorsements
August 31, 2021: State Representative Gerrid Kendrix Appointed by Speaker Charles McCall to serve on the Governor’s Council for Workforce & Economic Development.
Representative Kendrix is appointed to serve on the following committees in the 58th Legislature of the Oklahoma House of Representatives:
Judiciary - Criminal, Vice-Chair
Appropriations and Budget for General Government Business and Commerce
Government Modernization and Efficiency
State and Federal Redistricting - Southwest Oklahoma Subcommittee
In the 2021 Session,
State Representative Gerrid Kendrix:
Authored HB1090, a transparency and accountability bill which passed the House unanimously, to expand the State Auditor's ability to audit how the government spends your tax dollars.
Supported HR1005, the 10th Amendment right of Oklahoma to refuse Biden’s unconstitutional executive orders.
Co-Authored SB631, which designated Oklahoma as a Second Amendment sanctuary state.
Co-Authored SB155 creating additional transparency by the Oklahoma Supreme Court
Co-Authored HB1032, expanding entrepreneurship abilities for home-based businesses.
Co-Authored HB1775, protecting Oklahoma’s kids against indoctrination and Critical Race Theory.
Co-Authored SB2, against allowing biological males to play in female sports programs.
Co-Authored HB2648, the Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act to prohibit government-forced restriction of individuals exercising their right to worship.
Supported HB2900, which provides record funding of $3.2 billion for education.
Co-Authored SB 922, Enables the OK Department of Commerce to provide entities in the state with funds to invest in economic growth opportunities.
Co-Authored HB 1674, Unlawful obstruction of any public street, highway, or road that restrains motor vehicle traffic is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by up to 1 year in jail. A motor vehicle operator who unintentionally causes injury or death while fleeing a riot is not to be held criminally or civilly liable.
Co-Authored HB 2441, Requires person performing an abortion to first determine whether the preborn child has a heartbeat. If the child has a heartbeat, abortion is prohibited unless the mother’s life is in danger or to avoid an irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function.
Co-Authored HB 1102, Modifies the medical definition of “unprofessional conduct” to include performing an abortion unless the procedure is performed to prevent the death or significant impairment of the mother. An abortion may not be performed based solely on the mental or emotional health of the mother.