A federal judge says he didn’t think fining a defiant Kentucky clerk would force her to comply with his order to issue marriage licenses.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis says her supporters are raising funds for her, but she herself hasn’t requested any money. Davis was jailed on Thursday.
Before that, she testified for about 20 minutes and said people are calling her office all the time wanting to send money.
She was asked if the county insurance would pay a fine, and she said: “I was told they would drop me like a hot potato.”
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