A straight high school junior in Lexington, Ky., gets a lesson in empathy from an out member of her school's faculty.
The proposed legislation aims to 'protect religious freedoms' of state government officials.
Clerk Casey Davis says his Christian beliefs won't allow him to serve same-sex couples, but Gov. Steve Beshear says he must do his job.
Casey Davis won't grant licenses for same-sex marriages because such unions go against God and nature, he says.
Two same-sex and two opposite-sex couples filed the suit Thursday against Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, who had ceased issuing marriage licenses. Meanwhile, a Tennessee county sees an exodus of officials opposed to marriage equality.
Despite orders from the state's Governor, Attorney General, and local attorneys, several Kentucky county clerks have stopped issuing marriage licenses altogether to avoid licensing same-sex couples.