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The K-K-K has been denied the opportunity  to adopt a Georgia highway, and now the American Civil Liberties Union has gotten involved. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the group announced Tuesday (June 26), the they will aid the K-K-K in their fight.

Following public outcry, officials at the Georgia Department of Transportation, rejected the white supremacist group’s request over “safety concerns.”

Debbie Seagraves, the executive director for the Gergia’s ACLU said that denying the K-K-K the right to clean up a highway is unconstitutional.“It has not been a matter of discussion as far as I am concerned,” she said, “Yes, we are representing them, but we are still working on the strategy.”

The ACLU is still working on their strategy to assist the KKK.


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