KQED's Rachel Dornhelm is outside San Francisco City Hall, one of many reporters there to cover Judge Walker's decision on whether to lift or continue the stay on his ruling that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional.
According to Dornhelm, there are about 50 supporters of same-sex marriage gathered on City Hall's steps and about six Proposition 8 supporters holding signs. There are same-sex couples inside, hoping to be married today.
She said that the mood is happy and anxious, and people are starting to take bets on when the decision will come down.
The decision will be released electronically, but City Hall continues to serve as a gathering place for protesters on either side of the issue.
View photos from City Hall.