Knighthawk (from left), April Hanson and her husband Harley Hanson, members of the International Keystone Knights Realm of Georgia, perform a traditional Klan stand along the portion of highway they want to adopt allowing them to put up a sign and do litter removal near Blairsville, Ga. on Sunday, June 10, 2012. The Ku Klux Klan group wants to join Georgia

Georgia denies KKK’s request to ‘Adopt-A-Highway’

The state of Georgia will not allow the Ku Klux Klan to adopt a stretch of Georgia Highway 515 near the North Carolina state line.

That word came late Tuesday in a letter to the Klan from the Georgia Department of Transportation.

But WSB legal analyst Ron Carlson is almost certain this is not the last we’ll hear of this case.

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