Since Connecticut doesn’t have voter-driven ballot initiatives, the only way for the right to reverse the state’s Supreme Court’s enactment of gay marriage would require a change to the constitution. And, by some queer political coincidence, residents will be able to decide this November if they want to hold a constitutional convention, an event that comes around every twenty years. No word on whether people are going to push for amending the document. We hope not, obviously. [Bilerico]