Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Location: Mexico City, formerly Columbus, Ohio. I'm not convinced that a public vote now would result the same way, but if you just looked at the comments section to the story, you'd think it was still How likely is it that Ohio would change this law in the next, say, 10 years? Honestly, if I was to guess, I would say that Ohio will probably be either one of the last states to change the law or will be forced to when the Supreme Court ultimately rules on its constitutionality.
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Same-sex sexual activity is legal in Ohio , and same-sex marriage has been legally recognized since June as a result of Obergefell v. Supreme Court's ruling in Bostock v. In addition, a number of Ohio cities including Columbus , Cincinnati , Cleveland , Dayton and Toledo have passed anti-discrimination ordinances providing protections in housing and public accommodations. Conversion therapy is also banned in a number of cities. In December , a federal judge invalidated an unconstitutional law banning sex changes on an individual's birth certificate within Ohio.