Good News for Kim Davis – Bad News for Kentucky
Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and Holly Meade, and BarbWire.com Founder Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.
Kim Davis, and Rowan County where she serves, are not liable for attorney’s fees, but Judge Bunning ultimately ruled that the Commonwealth of Kentucky will be liable for her attorney’s fees. It’s a good news for Kim Davis and the county where she serves, but we’re going to be talking about this issue more on Faith and Freedom.
Mat Staver: Well, as you remember for those that want to just have a little recap, Kim Davis became a national and then international phenomenon, if you will, in 2015 when she refused to use her title and authority and name to authorize a marriage that is contrary to God’s definition of marriage. She ultimately went to prison for six days for that. she was willing to serve longer if she had to.
But the ACLU never got what it wanted. They wanted Kim Davis’ name and title and authority on a marriage license. They never got that. They also then wanted her, after the case was resolved by the legislature and by the governor, Matt Bevin, providing religious liberty accommodation for Kim Davis and others in 2016. They wanted her, Kim Davis, personally, or at least the county where she serves to be responsible for attorney’s fees…
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