Kentucky clerk Kim Davis given second chance, but still defied court order is now going to jail

September 3, 2015 ● 455 views

Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis was given a second chance: She didn't have to issue same-sex marriage licenses herself; she merely had to agree not to interfere with five deputy clerks who had told the federal judge they'd issue them in her stead.

But Davis' lawyer told U.S. District Judge David Bunning that his client would not allow her deputies to issue the licenses.




Separation of church and state...

This lady doesn't get it and should not work for government.

rossdboss123 · 5 years ago
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