ATLANTA (AP) -- A Georgia appeals court heard arguments Thursday about whether the state violated the Ku Klux Klan's constitutional rights by refusing its application to a highway cleanup program.
The north Georgia KKK group applied to join the state's Adopt-A-Highway program in May 2012.
The state Department of Transportation denied the application, but when the ACLU sued on the KKK's behalf, a Fulton County judge ruled in the Klan's favor.
The state then appealed the decision.
One year after a deadly shooting rampage in Marathon County, the community and businesses honored the four lives lost in different ways.
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