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A new bill at the Statehouse would prevent doctors from prescribing drugs to delay puberty or perform surgery to change a child's gender.  

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A lawsuit has been filed in the Ohio Supreme Court by families who are affected by the legislature's recently imposed 60-day moratorium on vouchers for the state's EdChoice program. 

Late on Friday, Republican Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced he’d join a U. S. Supreme Court case on whether federal civil rights laws protect LGBTQ employees from workplace discrimination – and that Ohio would be siding with the states that think they do not.

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Several people identifying as transgender and gay went before an Ohio Senate committee Wednesday to tell their stories of discrimination.

Some Ohio legislators have been trying for years to add sexual orientation and gender identity or expression into the state’s anti-discrimination law.

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A proposed law that would seek to stop discrimination for LGBTQ people is seeing a new wave of support.

A coalition of Ohio businesses is calling on lawmakers to approve a bill adding sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes in discrimination laws.  

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With the school year starting and many controversial issues on the left and the right to discuss, debate and protest, people have been talking about free speech on college campuses.

Many counties around the state are already issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples following the Supreme Court’s historic ruling. 

Same-Sex Marriage Ban In Ohio Still Under Challenge

Oct 6, 2014

The US Supreme Court's has rejected appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex marriage.

No Word On When Court Will Issue Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Aug 7, 2014

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati heard arguments yesterday on whether to overturn same-sex marriage bans in Ohio and three other states.

Many eyes will be on a federal court in Cincinnati later today as it hears two challenges to same-sex marriage bans in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee. 

Gay rights advocates want to overturn the 2004 voter-approved state constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.

Poll On Gay Marriage Shows Religious Exemptions Could Be Key

Dec 19, 2013

Gay marriage supporters say they have enough signatures to put the issue on the statewide ballot next year.