A federal judge has struck down Pennsylvania's gay marriage ban, with New York Times story here "We are a better people than our laws represent", he said. Scribd has a PDF of the opinion here. This makes gay marriage legal in all northeastern states. Jones did not issue a stay. Marriage license applications could begin immediately, but require a 72 hour wait.
In 2004, PA Senator Rick Santorum had tried to propose a federal constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman, on CSPAN, while Feinstein complained that no work had been done on a terrorism bill.
In Oregon, a federal district judge overturned a ban on Monday, but there is concern that the National Organization for Marriage can try to force an appeal, link.