In Pennsylvania, a county clerk had requested to intervene in the marriage equality case out of that state (after judgment had been rendered) both as a right of intervention and as permissive intervention. Judge Jones has denied both of those motions.
And, the county clerk has appealed that decision to the Third Circuit.
In South Dakota, the state defendants have filed a motion to dismiss the marriage equality lawsuit in that state. They cite Baker and the Eighth Circuit Bruning case.
While not about marriage equality, the SCOTUS is expected to hand down some very important rulings/decisions next week. Stay tuned for that.