With a gay marriage ban amendment under its belt the Family Research Institute is now taking on the state's divorce laws.
Julaine Appling led the charge in getting that marriage amendment passed in November but always said her group was about the culture of marriage not just an amendment.
In an effort to give more families a chance to stay together, Appling wants the legislature to make it more difficult for one man and one woman to legally split up.
Appling's group would like to see the divorce law changed to require couples with children to wait longer before a divorce goes through. She would also like to see a mutual consent provision for couples with children filing for divorce.
Right now Appling says it only takes one of the parties to simply say "it can't be fixed" and a divorce is granted. And that she says makes the children victims.
Appling says she is already talking with lawmakers about making a change in the divorce law.