We followed it during last month, the legislators of Indiana want to pass an act to ban marriage equality in Indiana's constitution. But, as the law was modified during a first session, it has to be approved again by the legislators before to appear on the ballot, and not the 2014 Ballot but the next one.
As a result, LGBT couples go on the offensive!
To stop this act, they will try to change the marriage law, which does not allow a recognition of the LGBT unions and which defines marriage as union between a man and a woman, by challenging it in a court.
The initiatives in the neighboring states worked. Bans of Texas and Kentucky were repealed by a court. Why not in Indiana?