My question involves civil rights in the State of: Ohio
I walked into a local bar with a friend of mine at the end of November. We sat down and I ordered a drink. The bartender shook her head and said, "No, sorry." I asked her why, and she replied, "We don't serve pregnant women here." I told her she could call my doctor. (He had told me I could have 2 or 3 drinks occasionally. Also I know that stress is not good on a baby. I was just trying to get of of the house from a stressful situation and calm my nerves.) She still refused to serve me. She then pointed to her sign that stated: We have the right to refuse service. She then turned to my friend and asked what he would like. She did not ask if I would like anything else (example: soda, water, food). At this time, we decided to leave and go elsewhere. I was not comfortable being there any longer. There were customers in there at the time, and she had put a "spotlight" on me. I haven't returned to the business since. Do I have a case to file suit for discrimination? If so, where do I start, and what should I expect. I also do not have much for finances.