A federal judge says the state of Kentucky still owes $225,000 in legal fees and court costs to the couple who sued a county clerk for denying them a marriage license. The Rowan County clerk, Kim Davis, spend five days in jail in 2015 for denying a same-sex couple a marriage license based on her religious objection to the marriage. Davis ultimately issued the license. A judge ruled in favor of the couple in July and Kentucky Governor asked the judge to reconsider the case. He was denied. State laws have changed to remove clerks’ names from marriage licenses.