Rowan County, Ky. clerk Kim Davis drew national attention in 2015 after she refused to go against her religious beliefs and grant a marriage license to a gay couple.
Same-sex marriage had been legalized a month before, and Davis went to jail for five days on a contempt of court charge after she made it clear should would not take part in the marriage of David Ermold and David Moore.
Ermold and Moore brought a lawsuit against Davis, but a district court dismissed it last year, according to the Washington Examiner.
But now an appeals court has reversed the district court’s decision, allowing the lawsuit against Davis to proceed. The gay couple is suing Davis for damages.
Davis is an Apostolic Christian, according to the Washington Post.
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