"Two justices now openly call for an end to marriage equality—knowing reinforcements are on the way," Pete Buttigieg tweeted.
"The Foundation believes that the Framers of the Fourteenth Amendment did not intend for it to protect a right to same-sex marriage," the briefing said.
Kim Davis's attorney said he thinks she will pursue Christian ministry.
The book has a foreword by former Republican presidential contender Mike Huckabee.
"I just cannot sit by and just let her take that seat without a fight," Ermold told Newsweek.
Davis served six days in prison for declining to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
The woman who ruined my wedding and turned my life into a circus looked straight through me.
Davis refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses for religious reasons.
Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi told The New York Times that the meeting took place but would not elaborate.
Conscientious objection to recognizing same-sex marriages is a "human right," the pope said.
The ACLU found Davis made four changes to marriage licenses since returning back to work.
A new poll shows the majority of Americans believe equality trumps religious beliefs in the case of the Kentucky county clerk.
Davis said she will allow her deputies to issue licenses despite her stance against U.S. Supreme Court.
The county clerk was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Magistrates are being brought in from a neighboring county to perform marriages after four refused to do so.
A bill intended to protect those offended by gay marriage could open a can of worms.
When the religious rights of a clerk clash with a person's right to marry, remember the 14th Amendment.
Davis' lawyers asked an appellate court to force Governor Steve Beshear to allow her to refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses based on her religious convictions.
Davis is currently in jail for refusing to sign the licenses.
The move ends a months-long standoff between gay couples and a defiant clerk.
Kim Davis refused to issue the licenses for religious reasons.
A refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples could not be defensibly argued in light of the U.S. Supreme Court's June ruling, the judge said.
A county clerk says her religious beliefs prevent her from carrying out same-sex marriages.