Skip to comments.Appeals court dismisses Kim Davis' lawsuit against Kentucky
Posted on 04/20/2016 3:58:50 PM PDT by Olog-hai
A federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit that a Kentucky clerk filed against the state for requiring her to issue marriage licenses that contained her name to same-sex couples. [ ]
Davis sued then-Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear and another state official, but Beshear left office in December. Republican Gov. Matt Bevin replaced him and signed an executive order removing the names of county clerks from marriage license forms.
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After a judge usurped his authority, only one clerk in the entire country pushed back. And found herself very alone.
That’s alright. The day is coming when one of these left wing presidents will pick a war and find him/her/whatever-self all alone.
Ironic that an unschooled county clerk has a truer understanding of the law than the judge who put her in jail.
The court dismissed the case, saying Davis is not experiencing irreparable harm.
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