They argue that «it is time to get rid of our ban on same-sex marriage,» as said so well Democratic Rep. Jeremy Moss.
The Democrats will therefore introduce a resolution which has to be approved by a two-thirds majority in each legislative chamber. Not so easy. Only then it will be submitted to the electors.
However, in parallel, a federal judge in Detroit called the ban in Michigan unconstitutional last year. Attorney General Bill Schuette had immediately appealed this decision. So it is still awaiting the outcome of the appeal.
And, of course, there is also the U.S. Supreme Court which must begin to hear oral arguments on marriage equality on April 28.