Source: AP / ABC News
A Ku Klux Klan group wants to join Georgia’s “Adopt-A-Highway” program for litter removal, which could force state officials to make difficult decisions on the application.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ( http://bit.ly/LTKlcS ) reports that state officials could be forced to choose between approving the request, denying it and facing a likely legal fight or ending the state’s 23-year-old Adopt-A-Highway program. The program features road signs for groups who volunteer to help beautify state highways.
At issue is an application filed by International Keystone Knights of the Ku Klux Klan Union County involving a one-mile stretch of Ga. 515 in the Appalachian Mountains.
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