After a slew of lawsuits recently came against the Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis, A federal judge has dismissed three lawsuits filed against her, Kim Davis refused to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples last year because it violated her religious convictions. Davis spent five days in jail last September after refusing a judge’s order to issue licenses to gay and straight couples.

Davis said she wanted to avoid discriminating against anyone and had deputy clerks issue licenses to all couples, but a small handful decided to file a lawsuit against her. U.S. District Judge David Bunning dismissed the federal lawsuits brought on by the two gay couples and two straight couples, who claimed it violated their civil rights. CONTINUE