Now we learn today that the ACLU has filed a new complaint in federal court alleging the same concerns:
Kim Davis could be heading to court again, this time for altering same-sex marriage licenses. After spending five days in jail for refusing to issue them altogether, the Kentucky clerk is back to work but is giving altered licenses. Instead of having her name, the documents say they were issued under the authority of the federal court. Attorneys for four couples are questioning the validity of those changes asking a federal judge to order Davis’ office to re-issue the licenses.And then this morning, viewers of ABC's "Good Morning America" were subjected to multiple segments in which Kim Davis was interviewed about her refusal to do her job. I watched one of those segments. It went on way too long.
Oh... And Kim Davis wants the world to know that she has gay friends. She asserted that she has gay friends and that they agree to disagree on this subject. And she has apparently turned away her gay friends when they came to her office seeking marriage licenses. Of course, the obvious follow-up that we never see if where the interviewer asks for names and then schedules interviews with those alleged friends.