A Kentucky Senate committee on Wednesday approved a bill which would establish separate marriage license forms for gay couples.

One form would list the “bride” and “groom” while another would note “first party” and “second party.”

The bill also would require couples to list their gender and would remove the name of the county clerk who issued the license, a nod to Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis.

Davis became a Christian celebrity fighting to keep her office from issuing marriage licenses to gay couples. Last year, Governor Matt Bevin issued an executive order to remove the clerk's name from the form.

Republican Senator Steve West's proposal passed the Senate State and Local Government Committee without much opposition, the AP reported. The bill now moves to the Senate.