Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis made a statement to the media on Sept. 14 at the Rowan County Judicial Center in Morehead, announcing that her office will issue marriage licenses under order of a federal judge but will not have her name or office listed. Davis, who spent five days in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, said this week that she prayed for those who disagreed with her and thinks the pace of social change has “awakened” Christians across the country.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis made a statement to the media on Sept. 14 at the Rowan County Judicial Center in Morehead, announcing that her office will issue marriage licenses under order of a federal judge but will not have her name or office listed. Davis, who spent five days in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, said this week that she prayed for those who disagreed with her and thinks the pace of social change has “awakened” Christians across the country. Timothy D. Easley Associated Press
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis made a statement to the media on Sept. 14 at the Rowan County Judicial Center in Morehead, announcing that her office will issue marriage licenses under order of a federal judge but will not have her name or office listed. Davis, who spent five days in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, said this week that she prayed for those who disagreed with her and thinks the pace of social change has “awakened” Christians across the country. Timothy D. Easley Associated Press

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