House majority members are currently meeting in a private caucus on the third floor to discuss what steps to take now that Judge Cardoza has ruled on the Superferry.
The meeting attracted about half-a-dozen people with signs advocating against letting the ferry sail without first conducting an environmental assessment.
House minority members also met today and the Senate majority is expected to meet on the issue tomorrow.
They'll be trying to decide whether to convene a special legislative session to work out a way for the Superferry to resume service.
For more on the ferry (and the legislature) today:
"Special session Hawaii Superferry's only hope," The Honolulu Advertiser
"Hawaii Superferry decision based on law," The Honolulu Advertiser
"Dave Shapiro -- Situational politics and the Superferry," The Honolulu Advertiser
"Hawaii's image affected by decision," The Honolulu Advertiser
"'We're one state, but we are a state divided'," The Honolulu Advertiser
Hawaii Superferry Timeline, The Honolulu Advertiser
"Ruling boxes in Superferry," The Honolulu Star-Bulletin
"Environmentalists cheer court," The Honolulu Star-Bulletin
"Judge halts Hawaii Superferry project," International Herald Tribune (AP)
"Hawaii ferry halted for environmental study," The New York Times