Rowan County Deputy Clerk Nathan Davis, right, informed David Moore, center, and David Ermold in August 2015 that he wouldn’t issue them a marriage license. Nathan Davis’ mother, County Clerk Kim Davis, said she objected to same-sex marriage because of her religious beliefs.
Rowan County Deputy Clerk Nathan Davis, right, informed David Moore, center, and David Ermold in August 2015 that he wouldn’t issue them a marriage license. Nathan Davis’ mother, County Clerk Kim Davis, said she objected to same-sex marriage because of her religious beliefs. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves
Rowan County Deputy Clerk Nathan Davis, right, informed David Moore, center, and David Ermold in August 2015 that he wouldn’t issue them a marriage license. Nathan Davis’ mother, County Clerk Kim Davis, said she objected to same-sex marriage because of her religious beliefs. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves

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