Today, the Supreme Court decided not to hear the 7 marriage equality cases on its docket. By denying certiori, it means that the lower circuit court decision affirming marriage equality in each of those cases is upheld. That means for the five states in question (Utah, Virginia, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and Indiana), it's the end of the line and marriages can begin again.
Moreover, six additional states that currently have bans in the 4th, 7th, and 10th circuits will fall under these decisions.
So we may see marriage equality in West Virginia, South and North Carolina, Colorado, Kansas, and Wyoming as well.
The arc of justice just bent a little more.
The Court can always weigh in if any of the remaining circuits make decisions that are appealed. This is more likely if one of those decisions goes against the wave for equality.
Scotusblog has more.