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Jailed Kentucky Clerk Who Fought Gay Marriage to be Released

A jailed Kentucky county clerk was ordered released from jail after being detained for contempt of court over her refusal to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. A district judge lifted the detention order for Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis but ordered her not to interfere with the granting of licenses by her deputies. The judge had originally ordered her detained until she agreed to issue the licenses or resign.  But Davis has refused to do either. Davis, an Apostolic...

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