About thirty Ohio cities and counties have anti-discrimination ordinances prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, housing and public accommodations. June The state of Ohio did not recognize their marriage and would not list Obergefell on Arthur's death certificate.
Retrieved April 16, Nine cities, the village of Yellow Springsand the counties of Cuyahoga and Franklin offer domestic partnership registries.
Movement Advancement Project. Ohio's Defense of Marriage Act banned same-sex marriage, along with the "statutory benefits of legal marriage to nonmarital relationships". In those states, Warbelow said it would be up to "a state actor," such as a governor or attorney general, to "go back to the district court and say 'We want to start enforcing our ban on same sex couples being able to marry.
Recent opinion polls have shown that LGBT rights enjoy popular support in the state. Performed statewide in 18 states and Mexico Cityin certain municipalities in three other states, and recognized by all states in such cases. Namespaces Article Talk. See All States.
Thompson95 Ohio St. The New York Times. See All States. AmberleyOberlinSteubenville and Wickliffe forbid unfair discrimination against LGBT people in housing, but not in the workplace or in public accommodations.
In , FreedomOhio and Equality Ohio sought state officials' approval of a ballot initiative that would replace the constitutional amendment and allow same-sex marriage. Limited to residency rights for foreign spouses of EU citizens. On June 15, , the U.