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Supreme Court revives two LGBTQ cases

The Missouri Supreme Court. File Photo.

The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday revived the sex-discrimination claims of a gay man in his suit against the state’s commission on human rights and a transgender teen seeking access to school facilities that align with his gender identity.

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Suit survives for officer who says she had to quit

A police officer's discrimination lawsuit against a St. Louis suburb will proceed after a ruling from the Missouri Supreme Court. St. Louis County Judge James Hartenbach granted the city of Maplewood's motion for summary judgment on the grounds that officer Ellen Wallingsford's suit was filed too late. But the Supreme Court found that the judge had failed to comply with summary judgment procedures by not allowing Wallingsford to present additional evidence that discriminatory actions were taken during the filing period.

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