Ohio may become the 21st state to offer protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals if a bill that protects them from housing and employment discrimination passes through the GOP-controlled State Senate later this week.
The State House on Tuesday passed the bill with a vote of 56-38. Fives Republicans sided with the democratic majority. Before Tuesday, the bill was locked up in various legislative committees.
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