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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Edward Mcbride Iii
Cedar Grove Road in rural eastern Delaware has become an unlikely First Amendment battleground after state officials approved a neo-Nazi splinter group's application to "adopt" a 2-mile stretch of the road under the state Department of Transportation's litter-control program.
"The only difference was it wasn't me handling it," Mr. McBride told the local Cape Gazette newspaper, which first reported on the controversy late last week.