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Kim Davis, Anti-LGBTQ+ former Kentucky Clerk, Loses in Court...Again

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Oct 10, 2022

A bit of good news as a panel of Federal Appeals Court Judges have ruled that Kim Davis, the County Clerk from Kentucky who refused marriage licenses to same sex couples after marriage equality became law, did not have qualified immunity and could be sued in her personal capacity for her actions.

Ms. Davis may also have exposure when it is given to a jury to decide whether she will have to pay the seven years of legal fees that have been incurred by the two couples that have sued her.  This liability can total hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Selected excerpt(s) and linked article courtesy of Christopher Wiggins, Advocate(dot)com
Royalty-free photo courtesy of Pixabay

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