Kim Davis

First Five: Kim Davis released from jail, the evolution of constitutional principles, and journalism’s risk awareness

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Religious Liberty: For Better or Worse

In, “We Don’t Need Kim Davis to Be in Jail,” my colleague Ryan T. Anderson recommends that public officials who oppose same-sex marriage should be able to choose which public
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Clerks, conscience, and the case for common ground

On August 31, the U.S. Supreme Court denied an appeal from Kim Davis, a county clerk in Rowan County, Kentucky who objects on religious grounds to issuing same-sex marriage licenses. Undeterred, Davis turned away a gay couple the very next day.
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