A federal judge on Tuesday ruled that Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis is complying with his order to issue marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples.

U.S. District Judge David Bunning made the declaration in denying the American Civil Liberties Union's (ACLU) request to order Davis to reissue licenses she had altered.

Davis, the elected clerk of Rowan County, last year defied Bunning's ruling ordering her office to issue marriage licenses to all qualified couples, claiming that to do so would violate her conscience. She was sent briefly to jail. Davis ultimately issued the licenses, but altered them to remove her name and title. The episode turn her into a Christian celebrity.

(Related: Kim Davis says God chose her to block gay marriage.)

“There has been no indication that Davis has continued to interfere with the issuance of marriage licenses since September 20, 2015,” Bunning wrote. “Moreover, there is every reason to believe that any altered licenses issued between September 14, 2015 and September 20, 2015 would be recognized as valid under Kentucky law, making re-issuance unnecessary. Under these circumstances, the Court finds that Plaintiffs' request for relief is now moot.”

(Thanks to Equality Case Files.)