More Good News for Kim Davis
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There is more good news for Kim Davis that is dismaying the ACLU and others that are promoting this radical, same-sex marriage agenda. The Kentucky Senate overwhelmingly passed a law that ultimately accommodate Kim Davis and other clerks. Now the battle moves on to the House.
Mat Staver: Matt, by a vote of 30 to 8 the Kentucky Senate overwhelmingly passed a law that would remove the names of the clerks from all the marriage licenses. That now moves over to the House for consideration and for a vote. But this is good news for Kim Davis because that’s what she asked for from the very beginning. She asked for some accommodation based on her sincerely held religious belief and objections to these same-sex marriage licenses.
The judge in that case, Bunning, would not accommodate her. The former governor, Steven Beshear, refused. He said that she just needed to resign. She was resolute. She did not bend. We represented her. She spent six days in jail. And now there’s some good movement that’s happening for Kim Davis and for other clerks around Kentucky…
Matt Barber: And the bill is an attempt to largely codify the executive order by Governor Matt Bevin that provided an accommodation for Kim Davis. He exercised his executive authority and said yes, she has freedom of conscience, she has an objection based upon her sincerely held religious belief, she can have her name removed from these marriage certificates…
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