businessinsider.com – Allan Smith
Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis, who refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses after the US Supreme Court ruling on the issue, could now go back to jail.
An attorney for one of Davis’ deputy clerks claims that Davis dropped her name and the name of the county from the county’s licenses — thus making them invalid, the Associated Press reports.
That would be a direct violation of a federal judge’s order to not interfere in any way with the licenses.
When Davis was released from jail after a five-day stay, it was on that specific condition. Now that she has, she could wind up back behind bars.
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