Prizm News / September 3, 2019 / By Ken Schneck John Carroll University President Michael D. Johnson met with student leaders on August 28 to discuss the campus’ drag show, a popular event since its introduction in 2013. At the meeting, students were informed of the University’s decision to cancelContinue Reading

A chorus of anger, disapproval, and outright embarrassment broke out across the Buckeye State with the news that Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost voluntarily signed the state onto an amicus brief sent to the Supreme Court arguing that discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community is not outlawed by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and is thus permissible.

The Trump administration has found a new ally in their fight against LGBTQ+ rights: the state of Ohio.

On Friday, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost released a statement announcing that he had signed Ohio’s name onto an amicus brief sent to the Supreme Court arguing that discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community is not outlawed by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and is thus permissible.