The stage has been set in Indianapolis for the fight over the gay marriage amendment. The House resolution filed Thursday tees up the legislative fight that's been waiting in the wings for months. Supporters and opponents have been lobbying members of the House Judiciary Committee behind the scenes and publicly. That 13-member panel will be the first testing ground for both sides. If lawmakers approve the ban measure this year, it would head to voters in November, and if it's a yes at the polls, the gay marriage ban will be added to the state constitution. The measure won broad bipartisan support in 2011. But that support appears to have softened somewhat amid shifting national attitudes.
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