Kim Davis can get paid for jail time, break

Kentucky clerk Kim Davis can collect a paycheck for the days she sat in jail and the week she’s spending at home, resting and reading hundreds of letters from her fans.
    
Elected officials in Kentucky get paid whether they work or not. The state auditor’s office confirmed that officials don’t accumulate vacation, sick or comp time.
    
Rowan County Attorney Cecil Watkins said paid time off is left to the official’s discretion and "voters will vote you out if you take too much."
    
Davis was sent to jail Thursday for defying a series of federal court orders and continuing to deny marriage licenses to same-sex couples. She was released Tuesday and announced she will not return to work until Monday.
    
Davis draws a salary of $80,000.

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