U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas told an Atlanta audience Thursday “I am finally home.”

“Thirty-two years ago, I tried desperately to come to Atlanta,” Thomas said. Unable to find a job there after graduating from Yale Law School, he took a job in the Missouri attorney general’s office.

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