A drive is under way to let Pennsylvania voters decide on a traditional marriage amendment.
The bill, introduced by State Senator John Eichelberger, failed to pass twice before, but he believes this third effort has public support.
"Seventy percent currently would like to see this on the ballot. They don't want the court to make the decision," the senator explains. "In fact, I think that once people understand the process, that number will increase. Secondly, 51 percent of the people in the most recent poll would like to vote for a marriage protection amendment"...