The Jackson County Recorder of Deeds began issuing same-sex marriage licenses last week. First in line were Kansas City couple Robert Gann (left) and John Kenny Rodricks (right), who got married in the Jackson County Courthouse Legislative Chambers by Vernon Scoville, retired associate circuit judge for Jackson County. Kansas City in a new report earned a perfect score on LGBT equality.
The Jackson County Recorder of Deeds began issuing same-sex marriage licenses last week. First in line were Kansas City couple Robert Gann (left) and John Kenny Rodricks (right), who got married in the Jackson County Courthouse Legislative Chambers by Vernon Scoville, retired associate circuit judge for Jackson County. Kansas City in a new report earned a perfect score on LGBT equality. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
The Jackson County Recorder of Deeds began issuing same-sex marriage licenses last week. First in line were Kansas City couple Robert Gann (left) and John Kenny Rodricks (right), who got married in the Jackson County Courthouse Legislative Chambers by Vernon Scoville, retired associate circuit judge for Jackson County. Kansas City in a new report earned a perfect score on LGBT equality. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

Kansas City, St. Louis earn perfect scores on sexual orientation equality report

November 13, 2014 10:36 AM