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GA Denies KKK Request to ‘Adopt A Highway’
The Ku Klux Klan gets a “no”. The group is denied a request to join the ‘Adopt A Highway’ program in Georgia.
FOX News Radio’s Chris Foster reports:
The KKK is told: It may not join Georgia’s ‘Adopt A Highway’ cleanup program.
The State Department of Transportation, declining the white supremacy group’s application, saying it would be a problem promoting an organization with a history of inciting social unrest.
The program involves volunteers from groups or companies, picking up roadside trash: It comes with a roadside sign, recognizing whoever’s sponsoring that stretch.
Chris Foster, FOX News Radio.