This reminded me of our famous battle with the KKK over a section of highway 55 just south of the city.
They had been fighting since 1994 to adopt a section of the highway to keep clean and post their name in the process.
The MO Department of Transportation said it could refuse the use of federal money to subsidize racial discrimination.
A U.S. District Court judge ruled
The MO Legislature voted to name that part of the highway the “
The U.S. Supreme court declined to hear
The Klan never cleaned their section of highway so MO threatened to drop them from the program. A Klan rep just beat the deadline by picking up bags, reflective vests and a safety video from the state. The Klan still wouldn't clean their section of highway so they were dropped from the program.
They’re currently trying to adopt a section of highway 21 near
A few years ago I noticed a section of highway 67 in Hazelwood had been adopted by the John Birch Society.
What a strange form of advertising!