|KY Atty Gen. Jack Conway, who said in 2013:“I know where|
history is going on this...From a legal standpoint
I draw the line at discrimination."
A motion was filed Tuesday, asking U.S. District Judge David Bunning to hold Davis in contempt. Bunning scheduled a contempt hearing for 11 a.m. Thursday in Ashland. At that time, the gay couples will have to present evidence, which could include testimony from Davis herself. Bunning would then decide on punishment. That could include fines, jail time or both, but the motion asks the judgeBelow, a second couple, David Moore and David Ermold, whose marriage license application also was rejected a fourth time this morning by Kim Davis' office, demand that Davis issue them a marriage license.
Public opinion, according to WKYT's nonscientific poll, is not running in favor of County Clerk Kim Davis, the devout traditional marriage advocate who has been married four times.
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