A federal judge says a controversial Kentucky county clerk is toeing the line.
FOX's Kerin McCue reports:
On Tuesday, U.S. district judge David Bunning wrote that Kentucky county clerk, Kim Davis has obeyed his orders and has allowed her deputies to issue gay marriage licenses.
It was last summer that Davis went against the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that legalized gay marriage by refusing to allow her office to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. She ended up spending five nights behind bars. Davis later relented during a contentious court battle.
Judge Bunning rejected a request from the ACLU that Davis be ordered to re-issue those licenses that she altered by removing her name. Bunning called that request "moot" adding that the altered licenses were valid.
Kerin McCue, FOX News.