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Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis was given a second chance: She didn't have to issue same-sex marriage licenses herself; she merely had to agree not to interfere with five deputy clerks who had told the federal judge they'd issue them in her stead.
Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis was given a second chance: She didn't have to issue same-sex marriage licenses herself; she merely had to agree not to interfere with five deputy clerks who had told the federal judge they'd issue them in her stead.

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Same-sex marriage showdown in Kentucky

A federal judge kept county clerk Kim Davis in custody after she said she would not let her deputies issue same-sex marriage licenses. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.

Same-sex marriage showdown in Kentucky

A federal judge kept county clerk Kim Davis in custody after she said she would not let her deputies issue same-sex marriage licenses. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.