01 August 2005

Mike Royko on King's cases

Lets' return to 8-Ball Tattoo, shall we? Now here's Pulitzer Prize-winning Mike Royko's headlines on two different occasions noting my client's hassles with my former boss, the Ohio Attorney General. Eventually they changed the law such that a physician's consent is required before a tattoo artist can knowingly provide a tattoo to someone with HIV/AIDS. Of course that was our position in the first place, and we had lobbied for that with the Board of Health, duh. Click to expand documents.

First: TATTOO CASE TO LEAVE ITS MARK IN ANNALS OF INSENSITIVITY p.1 and p.2 and
Second: CIVIL RIGHTS IN OHIO TAKE A WRONG TURN IN TATTOO WORLD p.1 and p.2.




Royko "Developed a reputation for targeting bigots and crooked politicians while sticking up for the “little guy.”" Ironically, like Pulitzer, my favorite housemate was a Hungarian Jew; his dad was a Holocaust Survivor. I used to kiss him on the forehead every time I saw him until he died in '02. Peace.

3 comments:

rmacapobre said...

new hampshire had the most interesting houses. lighthouses. clam chowder servings. lobsters and accent .. ^_^

Christopher King said...

A very pretty place in a many ways.

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