In the absence of a stay from SCOTUS, the Tenth Circuit's ruling in Kitchen v Herbert was set to go into effect at 10:00 am EST today. It is 13:02 EST, and, as yet, I haven't seen any news report on whether SCOTUS has granted or denied a stay in this case. Does anyone know if the decision has gone into effect?
Edit: Kitchen v Herbert is a case decided by the Tenth Circuit affirming the judgment of the District Court that Utah's same-sex marriage bans constituted a violation of Due Process and Equal Protection, applying strict and heightened scrutiny respectively to the claims. It was decided by a panel 2-1 and will not be heard en banc.