"This was leadership for Indianapolis and it doesn't matter what party you are."
"We don't want Greenwood to be portrayed in a negative image."
Indiana Competes, a coalition of business leaders, issued a statement calling the vote a declaration that Indiana will continue to tolerate discrimination against the LGBT community.
Not only did they feel the Senate Bill 344 was incomplete for not including transgender protections, they were also against it failing all together.
The filing deadline for the May primary is February 5 and the LGBT debate likely won't end until sometime in March.
Lawmakers are expected to debate the issue during the 2016 session.
A majority of people in Indiana believe that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, known as RFRA, still needs to be fixed.
"Just as important is that he's down about 17 points among Republicans."
On Tuesday, State Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane detailed plans to ban same-sex discrimination.
Should someone feel they have been discriminated against under this new ordinance, they can file a complaint to the city attorney.