I'm in Ohio and they don't regulate homebirth at all. Obviously, you are legally allowed to give birth at home anywhere, it's the attendant that matters.
While the state "stays out of" the whole matter, there is much hostility from the medical community in most cases. I'm sure it totally depends on each Doc and practice but the bias is out there.
I did parallel care to have an up-to-date ob chart in case of transfew but I would never have told them. Even the midwife who saw me who'd had a homebirth herself wasn't willing to discuss it.
My baby had a mild dystocia and shoulder strain and while we were welcome to take her to the doc right away to be checked out, my midwife cautioned that it would really be a big hassle for us and there was no other treatment than the one we were doing. Luckily, my ped said she was right and didn't order x-rays.
I do feel I got a bit of the cold shoulder from the nurse at the peds office. I've gone there for 10 years and this was my first homebirth but it's like she wouldn't look at me or anything. I've had her many times before. Of course I could be reading into it!