Kentucky Senate Passes Bill Protecting Kim Davis and Religious Freedom
(1 min Audio Report – Freedom’s Call)
Less than six months after Kim Davis was put in jail, the Kentucky Senate overwhelmingly passed a bill accommodating the religious liberty of all Kentucky county clerks.
Senate Bill 5, which passed 30 to 8, removes the names of county clerks from marriage licenses, which is what Kim davis originally requested.
In addition, the bill reverses outside efforts to replace the words “bride” and “groom” with “party 1” and “party 2” on the licenses and now restores the original language.
The case now goes on to the House, and when it is passed, the Governor said he will sign the bill.
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