Cuffley v. Mickes: Court Rules in Favor of KKK Participation in Missouri's Adopt-A-Highway Program Hot

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Decided: Cuffley v. Mickes - The Ku Klux Klan applied to participate in Missouri's Adopt-A-Highway program, but were denied because of their beliefs. The Supreme Court rules in favor of the Klan, concluding that the only reason for denying the application was the Klan's views and this is impermissible.

From the decision:

"...absent a convincing and constitutional reason for the denial, the evidence leaves us with but one conclusion: that the State denied the Klan's application based on the Klan's beliefs and advocacy. For the last fifty years, the Supreme Court has made it clear that such a denial is unconstitutional... "

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