Jason Grill, a prominent attorney and media person, represented the people of Missouri twice in the House of Representatives. He passed historic legislation to help families of children with Autism access life changing therapies and treatments. Jason became a member of the house for the first time in 2006 and was elected as the treasurer of the Freshman Member Caucus. He was the only freshman member of the minority party to sponsor and pass a bill in the Missouri House. He was the only freshman member of the minority party to handle and pass a Senate bill during his first legislative session. Jason Grill served various communities including health insurance, tax reform, small businesses, and senior nutrition. He passed sponsored legislation in 2008, which helps fight identity theft and protects the customers who were victim of identity theft in Missouri.
He won the elections with 97% votes and was reelected to the House in 2008. During his term, he sponsored and passed the bill that allowed the parents of Autistic children to have insurance coverage that helps in the diagnosis and the treatment of the autism. The bill was made into a law with the consent of both the parties. He served on the Judiciary, Financial institutions, Ways and Means, and Real ID Committees. Jason Grill serves as an adjunct professor at Park University. He has worked in the White House as a senior advisor to former Vice President Al Gore and as an advisor to former President Bill Clinton. He worked as a reporter, researcher and production assistant to a senior political correspondent with the CNN Washington DC bureau.
Jason Grill writes for the Huffington Post, Politico, and the Recovering Politician. He is a regular contributor to Wall Street Journal Radio, a television political analyst for Fox 4 WDAF, and host of The Fantasy Football show on sports Radio 810 WHB. He also hosts Entrepreneur KC Show that is broadcast on the KMBZ Business Channel. Presently, he is the owner of the JGrill Media LLC, which is a media firm. He offers consultations on media relations, public relations, public affairs, communications, marketing strategies, technology strategies and government relations. He is the co-founder and owner of Sock 101 and serves on the advisory board of Neighbor.Ly, SquareOffs and the Partnership for Technology innovation. He actively supports Autism Speaks and serves on the Board of Don Bosco. He is an Amazon best selling author.