The Supreme Court just released its order list and none of the same-sex marriage cases are on it.
What that means is that the cases may be scheduled for the private conference on Friday, leading to speculation that the high court needs more time to discuss the 10 same-sex marriage cases and whether to grant any review. Included is the challenge to California's Proposition 8 that is financed by a group of entertainment and political activists.
So now it may be Friday afternoon or next Monday morning when the court issues a new list of cases it has accepted or rejected. But there's no official word yet on the timing.