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Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis defends her marriage license views in new ABC interviews

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis read a statement to the media outside the Rowan County courthouse. Davis did not interfere with marriage licenses issued after she returned to work.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis read a statement to the media outside the Rowan County courthouse. Davis did not interfere with marriage licenses issued after she returned to work. Herald-Leader

In interviews that aired Monday night and Tuesday morning on ABC, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis defended her decision to deny marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

In the interviews, Davis said she's not a homophobe. She said she has even denied friends marriage licenses. On the same day the first of the interviews aired, the ACLU asked the judge who temporarily jailed Davis to order she stop altering marriage licenses now issued by her office. Read Bill Estep's story here.

Here are links to the interview Davis granted to ABC News, part of which aired on the

More on the Good Morning America website.

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