MOREHEAD, Ky. — County Clerk Kim Davis returns to work Monday in Kentucky.
She made a statement, saying she won’t issue any marriage licenses that go against her religious beliefs; but, she said she would not stop her deputies from doing so as long as her name was kept off the license.
Davis spent six days behind bars for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
On Friday, a judge refused her attorney’s request for injunctive relief, which would exempt her from issuing licenses until her federal appeal is heard.
WGN legal analyst Terry Sullivan breaks down what it all means: