Last year, in a long-running case, a Kentucky federal district court held that Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis violated the constitutional rights of two same-sex couples when she refused, on religious grounds, to issue them marriage licenses. The court said that damages should be assessed by a jury. (See prior posting.) That case, along with another making similar claims, were recently tired in parallel before two separate juries. In one of the cases– Yates v. Davis — the jury yesterday awarded zero damages. In a second case– Emold v. Davis— a different jury awarded $100,000 damages. Liberty Counsel says the decision will be appealed. USA Today reports on the cases.