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Justices Thomas and Alito claim same-sex marriage violates religious liberty and the court bypassed the democratic process in its 2015 decision.
6th Circuit also ruled that Kentucky must pay $224,000 in legal fees to couples who sued
6th Circuit Court of Appeals to decide who is responsible for paying plaintiffs' legal fees
Davis claims she went to jail to defend state's ban on gay marriage, even though it had been overturned by Supreme Court
"No Excuse" campaign seeks to start conversations about efforts to deny services to LGBTQ people
Religious leaders and American social conservatives, applied pressure to lawmakers in pushing for constitutional referendum
Proceeds from sale of book, which tells of encounters with "fist-pounding homosexual men," will benefit Liberty Counsel
David Ermold wants to unseat the woman who fought to stop him from getting married
Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who became a conservative cause célèbre after she went to jail rather than adhere to a judge’s...
Just when you thought she was out of the public spotlight, Kentucky’s Kim Davis has once again re-emerged to oppose same-sex unions, this time taking...
A federal judge has ruled that Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, who made national headlines when she went to jail rather than issue marriage licenses to...
Judge Ruth Neely refuses to solemnize same-sex marriages, comparing it to enabling an alcoholic
ACLU hopes Kim Davis' contempt order serves as lesson to other anti-LGBT government officials
Appeal made unnecessary by passage of new law removing all clerks' names from marriage licenses
Kim Davis has finally relented in her fight against same-sex marriage