There are some familiar melodies coming up from Florida these days, and they aren’t orange juice commercials. Folks from Pensacola to Key West will see something on the ballot called the “Florida Marriage Protection Amendment” to their state constitution this November. If that rings a bell, it should. Hoosiers have a bit of a respite from dealing with something similar after SJR7, the so-called “Indiana Marriage Protection Amendment”, died this past session. Now any successor Indiana measure must start all over again, with the earliest that anything like SJR7 could be on the ballot is November 2012.