Claiming it will provide "maximum protection for the basic family unit of society", the Republican-dominated Indiana Senate voted 40 to 10 enshrine discrimination in the state constitution. The proposed constitutional amendment will ban same-sex marriage, civil unions or any relationship recognition for same-sex couples..
If the General Assembly passes the measure again in 2013 or 2014, it would go to the voters in 2014, before the state constitution can be amended. Democratic Sen. Tim Lanane of Anderson argued that attitudes toward same-sex marriages are rapidly changing and the amendment would make it difficult for future changes in state law. ... Some major Indiana corporations, including Eli Lilly and Co. and Cummins, oppose the amendment saying it will make it harder to draw top talent to the state.
The House passed the measure by a 70-26 vote on February 15.
Not sure how this "creates jobs" ...