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The Boy Scouts of America is considering replacing its long-standing ban on gays with a policy that would let troop sponsors make their own decisions. Traditional-values groups are urging the BSA's leadership not to make the change. The issue will be discussed by the BSA's executive board next week. (Department of Defense via Associated Press)

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The Boy Scouts of America is considering replacing its long-standing ban on gays with a policy that would let troop sponsors make their own decisions. Traditional-values groups are urging the BSA's leadership not to make the change. The issue will be discussed by the BSA's executive board next week. (Department of Defense via Associated Press)

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The Boy Scouts of America is considering replacing its long-standing ban on gays with a policy that would let troop sponsors make their own decisions. Traditional-values groups are urging the BSA's leadership not to make the change. The issue will be discussed by the BSA's executive board next week. (Department of Defense via Associated Press)

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The Boy Scouts of America is considering replacing its long-standing ban on gays with a policy that would let troop sponsors make their own decisions. Traditional-values groups are urging the BSA's leadership not to make the change. The issue will be discussed by the BSA's executive board next week. (Department of Defense via Associated Press)

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The Boy Scouts of America is considering replacing its long-standing ban on gays with a policy that would let troop sponsors make their own decisions. Traditional-values groups are urging the BSA's leadership not to make the change. The issue will be discussed by the BSA's executive board next week. (Department of Defense via Associated Press)

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Boy Scouts are honored with a statue in front of the National Scouting Museum in Irving, Texas. The Boy Scouts of America announced Monday that it is considering a partial retreat from its policy of excluding gays as leaders and youth members. (Associated Press)

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Boy Scouts are honored with a statue in front of the National Scouting Museum in Irving, Texas. The Boy Scouts of America announced Monday that it is considering a partial retreat from its policy of excluding gays as leaders and youth members. (Associated Press)

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Boy Scouts of America via Associated Press Michael Johnson, director of youth protection for the Boy Scouts, called Thursday’s symposium on sex abuse a “ground-breaking opportunity.”

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Boy Scouts of America via Associated Press Michael Johnson, director of youth protection for the Boy Scouts, called Thursday’s symposium on sex abuse a “ground-breaking opportunity.”

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Michael Johnson, director of youth protection for the Boy Scouts, called Thursday’s symposium on sex abuse a “ground-breaking opportunity.” (Boy Scouts of America via Associated Press)