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Kim Davis' attorney: 'All she's asking for is reasonable accommodation'

The Kentucky court clerk who chose jail over issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples remains unswayed by a night behind bars and remains hopeful that a judge, the governor or lawmakers will grant her an exemption based on her claims of religious freedom, her lawyer said Friday. TODAY's Erica Hill spoke with attorney Mat Staver.
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The Kentucky court clerk who chose jail over issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples remains unswayed by a night behind bars and remains hopeful that a judge, the governor or lawmakers will grant her an exemption based on her claims of religious freedom, her lawyer said Friday. TODAY’s Erica Hill spoke with attorney Mat Staver.