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The Kentucky county clerk who in gained widespread attention for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples may be sued for damages by two of those couples, a federal appeals court ruled on Friday. In a decision, the 6th U. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati said Kim Davis can be sued in her individual capacity, though sovereign immunity shielded her from being sued in her former role as Rowan County Clerk. Davis claimed that Obergefell v Hodges, the U. Supreme Court decision recognizing a constitutional right to same-sex marriage, did not apply to her because she stopped issuing licenses to everyone regardless of sexual orientation, and the plaintiffs could have obtained licenses elsewhere. The decision upheld rulings by U.
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Kentucky clerk who refused gay marriage licenses can be sued
Kentucky clerk who refused same-sex marriage licenses can be sued - Reuters
Instead, on a day when one of Ms. At least two couples planned to seek marriage licenses Friday. Within hours of Ms. A lawyer for Ms. Davis, Roger Gannam, sharply criticized the ruling and portrayed it as a stark warning to Christians across the country. Gannam said after a hearing that stretched deep into Thursday afternoon.
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A County Clerk in Texas Still Won’t Sign Same Sex Marriage Licenses
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A raucous scene unfolded shortly after 8 a. One couple, David Ermold and David Moore, tried to engage the county clerk, Kim Davis, in a debate before the cameras, but as she had before, she turned them away, saying repeatedly that she would not issue licenses to any couples, gay or straight. Davis says same-sex marriage violates her Christian beliefs.