With Clerk In Jail, Ky. County Issues Gay Marriage Licenses
James Yates and William Smith Jr. are the first to be issued a same-sex marriage license after a county clerk was jailed for refusing to issue them.By Katie Link | September 4, 2015
After a monthslong standoff, it's time for some same-sex couples in Kentucky to book the honeymoon.
James Yates and William Smith Jr. made history this morning as the first same-sex couple to receive a marriage license in Rowan County, Kentucky. (Video via WPSD)
"We've tried to come down here, this was our sixth time, and it was successful so, yay. We're just happy to finally get married," Smith said. (Video via MSNBC)