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Conversion therapy is a danger to LGBTQ+ Missourians, but widespread efforts to bring attention to its horrors and put a stop to it, have already begun to save many.
St. Louis County’s latest legal maneuvers in the case of Keith Wildhaber, a police sergeant who was discriminated against based on his sex and sexual orientation, is a hypocritical effort to dodge responsibility for a discriminatory workplace that County officials allowed to fester.
At the ACLU of Missouri, we dream, we believe in, and we demand a future where our 25,000 transgender Missouri neighbors can rely on their constitutional rights.
The phrase we use to describe this work is “Trans Justice.”
But what does Trans Justice mean?
Corporal Bobbie J. Harper was shot in 1994; today, Missouri State Highway Patrol now must give his daughter and widow records about the unresolved crime
Kansas City, MO - In 2016, the ACLU of Missouri filed a Sunshine Law suit against the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) and the McDonald County Prosecuting Attorney for failing to release public records related to the 1994 shooting of Corporal Bobbie J. Harper, an MSHP Trooper.
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