While Kim Davis sits alone in her jail cell for refusing to issue licenses for same-sex couples, her supporters rally outside. CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan has the latest on the legal battle to spring Davis from jail.
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Published: 2021-04-08 12:34 am
Supporters rally outside jail holding jailed Kentuck clerk
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