The ACLU Says Kim Davis Is Violating Her Court Order
The ACLU has filed a motion saying Kentucky clerk Kim Davis violated a court order not to interfere with marriage licenses issued by her office.By Jake Godin, Matt Picht | September 22, 2015
The ACLU has filed a motion claiming Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis is still in contempt of court.
The problem stems from the marriage licenses issued to same-sex couples by the county office. Davis has refused to issue those licenses under her name, and has been removing both her name and the name of the county from the finished forms.
There's been some debate about whether the licenses are still valid, but Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear says he'll recognize them.