The Ohio legislature is considering a proposal that would clean up and simplify Ohio employment discrimination law.  If passed and signed into law by Governor (and presidential candidate) John Kasich, Senate 268 would reduce the timeframe within which employment discrimination claims would need to be filed from the current 6 year period to one year, would eliminate liability for individual supervisors and managers and apply caps for non-economic and punitive damages.  Business interests in Ohio believe the bill would counter a number of court rulings over the past several years that have dramatically expanded the reach of discrimination cases.