In the recent 2014 case of Burns v. The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, the Tenth District Court of Appeals found that sexual orientation is not included in sex discrimination as defined in Ohio Revised Code 4112. The citation for the Burns case is 2014-Ohio-1190. Despite the fact that the Ohio Legislature has introduced legislation on a yearly basis for the past ten years to include sexual orientation in Ohio Revised Code 4112’s definition, the Courts and the legislature have continued to deny the inclusion of sexual orientation in the definition of discrimination under the Ohio Revised Code. In all likelihood, until the composition of the members of the Ohio legislature changes, the only good chance that sexual orientation will be included in the definition of discrimination under Ohio Revised Code 4112 is an appeal to one of appeals court in the greater population centers in Northern Ohio.