Legal Roundtable: St. Louis Firefighters, Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Etc.
A group called Missourians for Equality is interested in gathering petition signatures for a ballot measure which would make it illegal to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation.
Plus, St. Louis firefighters won a big decision in the Missouri Supreme Court. The ruling allows them to live outside city limits if they’ve been with the department for at least seven years.
Those are just a couple of the topics for our monthly legal roundtable. Host Don Marsh talked with a panel of legal experts including:
William Freivogel, J.D., Director, School of Journalism; Associate Professor, Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, Southern Illinois University – Carbondale
Thomas Keefe, J.D., Interim Dean, School of Law, Saint Louis University
Mark Smith, J.D., Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director, The Career Center, Washington University in St. Louis
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