Gay Couple’s Lawsuit Against Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Is Back On After Court Ruling

NPR reports that just half-a-year after a federal judge tossed out three lawsuits against Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who grabbed headlines in 2015 for denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples on religious grounds, a court of appeals ruled Tuesday that the men suing Davis can continue their case.

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