A judge has found Kim Davis in contempt of court. She's been taken into custody. (Video via YouTube / davidvmoore1976)
She's the Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk who refused to give anyone a marriage license.
Davis said her religious beliefs prevent her from giving them to gay couples, so she's not giving them to anyone.
"No, no. We're not leaving until we have a license," a man requesting a marriage license asked Davis.
"Then you're going to have a long stay. Good day," Davis replied.
The Supreme Court already denied her request to be excused from issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
Supporters of Davis rallied at the contempt-of-court hearing Thursday.
"From our survey of the crowd, we would say that, anecdotally, there's a larger group in support of Kim Davis," a reporter for CNN said.
Since she's an elected official, she can't be fired, but she could be impeached by the state legislature.
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