Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, will sit down with Megyn Kelly in a cable news exclusive on "The Kelly File" Wednesday, September 23, at 9p ET.

Davis will speak openly about her controversial stand against gay marriage, how her life has changed and a new motion that the ACLU is filing against her.

On "The Kelly File" tonight, Mark Eiglarsh explained that the ACLU contends that Davis has altered marriage licenses, making them possibly invalid, and they want her held in contempt – again.

Arthur Aidala said that the original forms had Davis' name on them, and she has since created a new form without her name on it. He said this is less about the licenses being invalid and more about people being treated differently based on their sexual orientation.

"Ultimately, they want her to issue a certificate that everyone else gets," Eiglarsh said. "Some people feel humiliated. It shouldn't be different certificates for different people."

Watch more above and be sure to tune in to the cable news exclusive Wednesday, September 23, at 9p ET.

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