Olivette Missouri Says YES to Domestic Partnership Registry

On July 15, 2011, in Auto Accident, Community, Discrimination, Gay and Lesbian Rights, by K. Lindsay Rakers

Way to go Olivette Missouri! Just as University City Missouri recently decided, Olivette has made a decision to allow its residents to be a part of a domestic partnership registry. The city counsel approved this measure without opposition! The final vote will be at the next meeting. The registry will cost $45 to join and will simply recognize partnerships between unmarried adults as long as they are living together.
As a personal injury attorney, I all-too-often hear of circumstances where … Continue Reading >

We Can All Be Better Human Beings, Especially Me!

On July 11, 2011, in Community, Gay and Lesbian Rights, Personal Injury, by K. Lindsay Rakers

No one likes to be called a racist, or prejudiced, or “close minded”. But if we really look down deep, I bet all of us could find personal beliefs within us that we would rather not share with others. I’m no exception. I’ve known I was gay since high school. Nature, nurture, that’s a discussion for a different day. Fact remains, like I said, I’ve known since high school. Yet, I always hid that fact from my friends, from my … Continue Reading >

Legal Services Proudly Offered in the St. Louis Pride Pages

On July 8, 2011, in Community, Gay and Lesbian Rights, by K. Lindsay Rakers

Contact information for St. Louis Missouri injury attorney Lindsay Rakers can be found in the print version and the online version. You can visit the entire directory at www.thepridepages.com.… Continue Reading >

Prominent Grocery Store Denies Rights to Same Sex Workers

On June 7, 2011, in Community, Discrimination, Gay and Lesbian Rights, by K. Lindsay Rakers

Recently, I heard from a man who was going through a tough and unfair process with his domestic partner. His partner does, and has for a long time, work at a grocery store chain. This store will not permit these two kind gentlemen health insurance rights – despite the new civil union law. You would know the name if you recognize it. They live in Missouri but this is a chain that has locations in Illinois. Due to the Illinois … Continue Reading >

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