Rowan County, Kentucky clerk Kim Davis was freed from jail on Tuesday, five days after being arrested for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses. However, constitutional and moral questions remain.

Few people take moral stands today that could land them in prison, but Kim Davis is an exception. The Rowan, Kentucky, county clerk is still refusing to issue marriage licenses to anyone — homosexual or straight — even though the Supreme Court’s has refused to back up her position.

The latest figures made available by the Texas Department of State Health Services indicate that 63,849 abortions were performed in the Lone Star State during 2013. These figures represent a decrease of 4,449 since the 2012 report, which showed that 68,298 abortions were performed in Texas that year.

Tens of thousands of pro-life supporters engaged in prayerful protests at Planned Parenthood abortion clinics across the country on Saturday. During the nationwide prayer events, which took place from 9 to 11 a.m. local time, an estimated 50,000 to 75,000 people gathered in front of more than 350 Planned Parenthood facilities located in 47 states.

The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled that Colorado baker Jack Phillips illegally discriminated in refusing to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding.