A local elected official in a small Kentucky county testified Monday she could not issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples because signing the document would signal her approval of a union that violates her religious beliefs.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis stopped issuing all marriage licenses June 27, one day after the US Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriages nationwide.
Davis testified that she prayed and fasted for months before reaching the decision.
The American Civil Liberties Union sued her on behalf of two gay couples and two straight couples.
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