Sep 08, 2015

Lawyers for jailed Kentucky clerk seek emergency relief | Washington Examiner

Attorneys representing jailed Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis have asked an appeals court to force the governor to let her refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses. Davis was arrested and imprisoned on Thursday after she refused to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples, saying it violated her religious beliefs. She's being represented by the Liberty Counsel, a nonprofit legal group that...

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