Posted By Eric Ethington (Author) on March 14, 2011
Indianapolis, Indiana – Hundreds are protesting today outside the state capitol as the bill creating a constitutional amendment against same sex marriage is preparing to head to the Senate. Gay marriage is already against the law in Indiana, but the legislature wants to enforce that further.
The measure is now scheduled to go before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, where it is expected to pass with a GOP majority. It also has to pass this legislative session, then again in a separately elected legislature. The bill then would move on to a statewide ballot where voters would have the final say in a referendum.