I imagine it happening at a hush-hush meeting. Members of the committee would have sat fretfully around a table and pondered what they could possibly do — about 0.5 miles of highway. Not just any stretch, but a bit outside Springfield, Mo., that was adopted by the National Socialist Movement, a “white civil rights group” that discriminates against pretty much anyone who isn’t straight, Caucasian and Christian.
Highway renaming has potential drawbacks
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