Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Is Meddling and Altering Wedding Licenses, ACLU Says

Kim Davis went back to work as a Kentucky county clerk last week after a stint in jail and a pledge that she wouldn’t interfere with deputies who were issuing wedding licenses to same-sex couples.

But in a court motion filed Monday, the American Civil Liberties Union said that she was doing just that.

After returning to her job on Sept. 14 as the Rowan County clerk, the filing said, Davis “immediately” began meddling with licenses that the office’s deputy clerk, Brian Mason, was issuing.

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