Last year, Kim Davis was arrested for refusing marriage licenses to gay couples. The legal battle sparked controversy all over the nation. Now, a year later, Kentucky may have finally found the solution. Gov. Matt Bevin signed a bill Wednesday allowing marriage licenses to no longer require clerk signatures. Those with religious objections will not be forced to compromise their beliefs and gay couples seeking licenses can do so without fear of discrimination. The bill cleared with a 97-0 vote in the state’s House and a 36-0 vote in the state’s Senate.