The Rowan County, Ky., clerk will remain in jail until she allows her staff to issue marriage licenses to all eligible couples, regardless of gender.
Being a county clerk runs in Kim Davis's family, while the judge who will decide what to do with the defiant clerk was appointed to the federal bench while his dad was a U.S. Senator.
Yep, opposing marriage equality is just like opposing slavery. Or the Nazis, says the antigay commentator.
God is mad, and he'll cause a meltdown if we don't change our ways, says the wingnut televangelist.
Two of the same-sex couples denied licenses by Rowan County clerk Kim Davis spoke to the media, describing the emotional toll of the experience.
Their goal is not to gain fame or attention, say the Colens. They just want LGBT people to see that Kim Davis has already done what she refuses to do: marry two people of the same sex.