Proposals have passed the Senate three times. But Republican Senator Brandt Herhman says the stumbling block has been consideration in the House.
Hershman has again filed a resolution calling for the amendment. But he says the House should take up the issue first this year, and Republican Eric Turner plans to file the proposal in the Democrat-controlled House.
House Speaker Patrick Bauer says he's willing to assign the proposal to a committee for consideration -- but he says he doesn't see the need for the constitutional amendment when state law already bans same-sex marriages.
Amending Indiana's constitution requires a resolution to pass consecutive, separately elected General Assemblies and then be approved in a statewide vote.