Not exactly true. Some stations in both places get their gas from the same location, between Ashland and Columbia. It's an extra 10 miles to Jefferson City from the terminal. However, Fulton gets their gas in the same place, and it's another 15 miles FURTHER to Fulton, but their gas is the same price as Columbia's is.
No, the dorms weren't "open to all" to begin with. They are either open to men, or women. They are currently segregated by sex. Your analogy with Lincoln is backwards.
These individuals petitioned for co-ed dorms. The fact that they are gay, lesbian, etc., is irrelevant to the housing issue.
How again are they judging them?
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