The Advocate has all the latest stories and breaking news on Kim Davis, the antigay Rowan County, Kentucky clerk who served jail time after being found in contempt of court for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The ACLU will have to cover the $233,058 bill for now.
Kim Davis, who attempted to prevent gay couples from acquiring marriage licenses, is being asked to cover the legal fees of the people she discriminated against.
The judge called same-sex marriage an oxymoron akin to "jumbo shrimp."
The organization says because it prevailed in the suit over Davis's refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, it's entitled to recoup costs. But Davis's lawyer says she was the winner.
Despite being home to an infamous antigay county clerk, the LGBT folks of Rowan County want you to know Pride is alive and well in eastern Kentucky.
The former presidential candidate, who is still settling up his campaign debts, had to pay it off in two installments.
The antigay Kentucky county clerk claims a new law gives her all the "religious accommodation" she ever desired.