Today Judge Walker gave the anti- same sex marriage folks another week to argue against a permanent injunction--"permanent injunction" meaning until this case is ultimately decided at the highest court level it reaches. Most pro-marriage legal minds expect that if Walker does not invoke this injunction (continuing the ban on gay marriages for the meantime), the 9th Circuit will immediately do so--in part to keep any of the Supreme Court judges from getting involved.
So, we should hear that same sex marriage licences are yet again vetoed in California, until this decision has been appealed, as it very likely will be, and the case heard.
You can read a little more about the details of Walker's ruling here.
The email I received followed on from one yesterday, which reported on a demo in Indianapolis, organised by a fundamentalist Christian group, the National Organisation for Marriage. One demonstator allegedly carried this poster:
When bitterness and hatred unite, it is an ugly combination. A petition is to be sent to NOM asking them to disavow this poster and its incitement to murder.