More problems for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, which heavily bankrolled the campaign to ban same sex marriage. Authorities are investigating "letters containing white powder sent to Mormon temples in Utah and California."
The Los Angeles temple that was the site of major protests was briefly closed. Similar action was taken in Salt Lake City aftter "powder spilled from an envelope onto a clerk's hand" and "the room was decontaminated and the envelope taken by the FBI for testing."
Legal challenges to the LDS are mounting. The Los Angeles Times reports gay activists filed a formal complaint with the California Fair Political Practices Commission alleging "the Mormon church failed to report the value of the work, including phone banks, commercials and other services, done to support the gay marriage ban."