The issue raised by Mrs. Davis is one concerning religious freedom... hers vs. those seeking a document needed to legally wed. This past summer the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges that states could no longer deny same sex couples the right to marry. Mrs. Davis claims that by granting the marriage certificates, her personal religious freedoms were under attack as she views marriage to be only valid between a man and a woman.
Does Mrs. Davis have a case? If she is not forced to issue the marriage licences, but the office she works at continues to do so, can she still legally claim that her religious freedoms are in jeopardy? The United States Supreme Court has already denied her application to hear the case.
Where does one person's rights end, and those of a group begin? Is there a happy medium in this case?