LGBT advocates insist that discrimination remains a problem and the state is still suffering from the fallout of a religious freedom bill controversy.
The soonest voters could decide on the matter is 2016.
No amendments to the proposed constitutional ban on marriage for same-sex couples were called, ultimately disqualifying the measure from appearing on the November 2014 ballot.
The question remains whether an amended version of the proposed amendment will pass the Senate, which would put off a vote until 2016.
The measure is expected to be considered in the GOP-controlled state Senate in the coming weeks.
The proposed constitutional amendment that would ban marriage for same-sex couples in the state likely will not appear on the upcoming November ballot, according to opponents at Freedom Indiana.
The measure, which would send a constitutional amendment banning marriage for same-sex couples to the ballot, will now move to the full Indiana House of Representatives.