Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is making some changes after that whole Kim Davis controversy.
On Tuesday, the Republican official issued an executive order that says county clerks' names are no longer required to appear on marriage documents.
The 48-year-old brought about the policy change so he could make sure that the "sincerely held religious beliefs of all Kentuckians are honored."
When Kim first refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, she claimed she was breaking the law because providing those documents goes against her religion.
And since the 50-year-old returned to her position following her arrest, sources say she's been altering the licenses so that her name and county don't appear on the papers because she believes that would be a form of endorsement.
So now, the newly-elected governor hopes that removing those names will resolve the religious hesitation.
However, the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky is not happy about this order. The Union — which represented couples whose licenses were initially denied — thinks this decision will only make things more confusing.
ACLU legal direction William Sharp said: