Prior to becoming a member of the Heartland staff, Kendall graduated from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana in 2011. There she earned a dual-degree in political science and communication studies, as well as completed scholarly research on the film Frost/Nixon, evaluating its implications regarding the relationship between journalists and politicians. As a student, Kendall worked with the Saint Joseph County Republican Party in South Bend, Indiana, aiding the Party's communication efforts by reporting on both local and national issues and facilitating contact with County candidates. She also held a communication internship position at WZZM 13 News in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Latest posts by Kendall Antekeier (see all)
- A Wealth Redistribution Halloween - October 31, 2012
- Hobby Lobby Files Suit Over HHS Contraceptive Mandate - September 13, 2012
- A Political Push to Stop the Implementation of Health Insurance Exchanges - July 3, 2012
Cost-effective analysis by government bureaucrats is keeping the life-saving drug off the vaccine schedule in both the United States and Canada.
To discourage rationing and promote that health care decisions are made by patients and doctors, not government, the Institute for Liberty has provided an article that discusses the need for the infant meningitis vaccine.
Tomorrow, the CDC will be holding one of it’s four “public meetings” in Chicago. Heartland representatives will be attending the meeting to ask serious questions: Is cost-effective analysis keeping a life-saving vaccine off the schedule? What effect does this analysis have on consumer choice? How will cost-effective analysis hinder future drug innovation?