Here’s a link to my full story at spokesman.com on this morning’s tumultuous events on the gay marriage front. As same-sex couples lined up for marriage licenses at county courthouses around the state, Gov. Butch Otter succeeded in winning a last-minute stay issued this morning by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. Couples were turned away, some in tears; but in Twin Falls, one gay couple received a license before news of the stay arrived. Attorney Deborah Ferguson, who represents the four lesbian couples who successfully sued to overturn Idaho’s ban on same-sex marriage, clutched the one-page order from Kennedy outside the Ada County Courthouse. She said she’ll file a response as directed, on or before 5 p.m. tomorrow. “We’ll be back,” she said.