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Letter: Davis’ religious conviction

In regards to A. Simon’s response to tough questions, first, Kim Davis is the county clerk of Rowan County, Kentucky, she is not a judge.

Second, you can believe what you want, but she was attempting to use her position in government to force her beliefs on other people. This is exactly the type of action the Founding Fathers were against, which is why they believed in a separation of church and state.

If she feels that her job working for the state is infringing on her religious beliefs then she should simply resign her position with the state. A person of real religious conviction would not hesitate to do this, so why is she still working?

Chip Nealy

New Castle

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