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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Kerry Lewis
Six men who claimed they were sexually abused by an Oregon Boy Scouts leader in the 1980s have settled their lawsuits against the group's national organization for undisclosed amounts, the plaintiffs' attorney said Wednesday.
News organizations asked a Portland judge on Monday to make public more than 1,000 files on suspected child molesters — records a jury used in April when it found the Boy Scouts of America liable for $20 million in damages.
Mr. Lewis told reporters that he had no objection to being named.