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ZalyKha Graceful Lorraina Allah finally has a name.

After a 23-month battle, the state of Georgia has finally issued a birth certificate in that name, after initially rejecting the family's request because the last name did not match that of either parent.

Elizabeth Handy and Bilal Walk sued the state over the right to name their daughter – born May 25, 2015 — whatever they wanted.

And now the state has relented.

"This is an important vindication of parental rights and a long-overdue victory for Elizabeth and Bilal," said ACLU of Georgia Executive Director Andrea Young.


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