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Kentucky Clerk Goes to Jail, Gay Couple Gets Marriage License

A gay couple in the southern state of Kentucky has received a marriage license a day after a county clerk was jailed for refusing to license same-sex couples James Yates and William Smith Jr., entered the Rowan County clerk’s office Friday and received a marriage license from a deputy clerk, ending a months long standoff. "This means at least for this area that civil rights are civil rights and they are not subject to belief,'' said Yates. The county clerk, Kim...

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