After the Connecticut Supreme Court overturned the same-sex marriage ban, opponents have set their sights on demanding a constitutional convention. The AP reports groups, including Catholic Bishops, are looking for support for a convention, which is on this November's ballot. However, Conn. State Rep. Mike Lawlor explained, "It is a very elaborate, months-long process in which a group of people basically rewrite the whole state constitution. It costs millions of dollars and requires a special statewide election," and says it's easier put amendment on the ballot--if the Assembly does so. But Conn. State Sen. Andrew McDonald is doubtful the Assembly will tackle an amendment, "I continue to expect a bipartisan effort to eradicate any remaining vestiges of discrimination."