There are plenty of initiatives underway. Some to be enthused by and some to be proud of concerning recent efforts.
The military announced not only would they offer same sex partners full marriage benefits but are working on service specific programs so that couples can travel to a state that allows same sex marriage if they live in one that does not.
Military same-sex couples to get full benefits
Additionally, I heard a news report this morning concerning a legally married in Vermont couple who is seeking the constitutional protection embodied in spousal privilege in a murder trial in Kentucky.
Kentucky Gay Couple Seeks Spousal Privilege Protection In Murder Trial
Both of those are great steps forward for equality. Recently an Ohio couple was successful in a court decisions to have the death certificate read "married" so that the same sex spouse can be eventually buried in the family cemetery.
Without JockBoy87's constant spurring of these conversation I find they are not occurring. So this is my attempt to get the insight of those of you legal-philes who enjoy this sort of thing.
SO what is happening around you? What do you think will be the issue that drives a Supreme court review of enforcing the states normal policy of recognition of other state laws (including marriage)