Release Set for Ky. Clerk Jailed Over Marriage Licenses: APJoi Preciphs
Kim Davis, the Ky. county clerk jailed last week for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses, to be released Tuesday, AP reports, citing order issued by federal judge.
- Davis, who works in Rowan County, ordered by judge not to interfere with licensing: AP
- NOTE: Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is stopping in Ky. Tuesday to visit with Davis, according to New York Times; Mike Huckabee, another GOP White House contender, was also scheduled to hold event at Carter County Detention Center, where Davis was sent
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