Court Won't Block KKK From Highway Cleanup
Missouri lost a Supreme Court appeal
Monday over its decision to bar a Ku Klux Klan group from a highway
litter cleanup program. The court's rejection, made without comment,
means that the KKK chapter must be allowed into Missouri's
Adopt-A-Highway program, which is designed to save money by using
volunteers for garbage pickup. Volunteer groups are publicly thanked
with signs along the highway acknowledging their help.