Nazi Group Adopts Colorado Highway

An Adopt-A-Highway sign for the National Socialist Movement, also known as America's Nazi Party, is seen on Highway 85 near Brighton, Colo. KCNC

An unusual group has adopted a portion of one of Colorado's highways. The National Socialist Movement, who also calls itself America's Nazi Party, applied to participate in the Colorado Department of Transportation's Adopt-A-Highway program, reports CBS station KCNC in Denver.

The group will be responsible for picking up trash along a one-mile stretch of Highway 85 south of Bromley Lane in Brighton.

A sign is already up in the area with the group's name on it. There's a Baptist church along the stretch of roadway.

The National Socialist Movement will be out picking up trash for the first time next Saturday.

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