No, it doesn't.and the bill that was vetoed mirrors Federal law. You have no idea what you are talking about again as you read the headlines but not the story
It isn't a simple matter of citizens of a state can pass a bad law and we are done... other citizens can challenge that law IN COURT and redress their grievances.
It works both ways as the recent Heller decision overturned a law that had been 'sacred' since 1976, enacted in response to a crack epidemic, not to keep righteous folks from having weapons (funny how the CONs love to ignore why a ban can to be)
As a law since 1976 was overturned (and should have been) so to shall SSM bans/definitions of marriage as hetro only and 'defending hetro marriage' be history...