In Pennsylvania, the clerk who wants to intervene in that marriage equality case had requested a rehearing en banc with the Third Circuit. That request was denied. Will she also appeal to SCOTUS? We'll see. She is out of appeals with regard to the stay.
In Arkansas, the plaintiffs in that marriage equality case have requested that state Supreme Court justices that are up for re-election recuse themselves from the case. In addition, the state defendants have requested that the state Supreme Court stay the proceedings in this case till the SCOTUS rules on one of the marriage equality cases before it.
In Utah, the state defendants petitioned the SCOTUS for a writ of certiorari in the marriage equality case in that state. See sfbob's excellent diary on that development here. And, the defendants in Oklahoma filed a request as well with SCOTUS. Virginia's AG has also appealed the marriage equality case from that state to the SCOTUS. So, the SCOTUS will definitely have an opportunity to rule on marriage equality next term/session.
In Ohio, a district court judge has stayed the remaining marriage equality case in that state that expands marriage rights for all same-sex couples in Ohio pending a ruling by the Sixth Circuit.