This morning, Kentucky’s Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis yet again refused to provide a marriage license to same-sex couples.

Last night, the U.S. Supreme Court declined a petition from Davis for an emergency stay on a court order, requiring her to immediately start issuing marriage licenses to all eligible applicants, including same-sex couples.

One of the couples, David Moore and David Ermold, have been together 17 years and were denied a license in a viral video in July.

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Will you join HRC in standing up for these couples who are being denied marriage licenses in Kentucky? Send a message of support for these couples right now.

Tuesday, September 1:

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10:25 a.m.: Groups continue to gather and chant outside the Rowan County Courthouse. 

Groups standing strong outside of Rowan County Courthouse

Posted by Hillary Thornton WKYT on Tuesday, September 1, 2015

8 a.m.: David Moore and David Ermold arrived at the Rowan County Courthouse early this morning for a marriage license.

Video emerged this morning of the couple inside the country clerk’s office and their interaction with Davis.

"We are not issuing marriage licenses today," Davis exclaimed.

"Under whose authority are you not issuing licenses?" the couple asked.

"Under God's authority," Davis responded.

Kentucky needs you! Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis continues to defy federal law by denying marriage licenses to loving couples. Share the image below now to show Kentucky couples they are not alone in their fight for justice.

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