Georgia Didn’t Ban Muslim Culture

Q: Did Georgia “ban Muslim culture”?

A: No. A headline making that claim is based on a proposed state bill that never became law.


The Georgia legislature passed an in 1951 in order to by Ku Klux Klan

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