Federal Judge John G. Heyburn II has just struck down Kentucky's ban on issuing same sex marriage licenses. Unfortunately the ruling is stayed, so no couples will be able to marry yet, but it is a terrific decision.
Read the ruling here
Heyburn had previously set aside the part of Kentucky's marriage law that banned comity for outside marriages, and as such it had been illustrated on some maps as a victory state.
The 6th Circuit, which has jurisdiction over Heyburn's court, will be considering several marriage cases on August 6.