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  • Today in the news: ACLU may help KKK

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    "It's clear and understandable that the message of the KKK is offensive and hurtful to many people, but when you cede the power to the state to decide whose speech is objectionable, we give it up." - Debbie Seagraves of the ACLU of Georgia. The ACLU may take up the case of a Ku Klux Klan chapter in Georgia that had its request to adopt a highway denied this week. "We are considering next steps and whether or not we will support the group," Seagraves also said.
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