The tenth state alphabetically, Georgia is second to none in the number of stupid official state things it has.
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Massachusetts got rid of its religious test in 1821—but not because it was unconstitutional.
Or at least reduced the number of people who died of old age while saying it.
Ohio’s nice, but not likely to be confused with Heaven.
In this edition: a Florida drive-thru lane with mysterious powers; a couple of ways not to observe Easter; and a Kentucky case that turned on whether harm caused by a motion-sensing air freshener was foreseeable.