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Boy Scouts policies don’t go far enough

Reading the article “Boy Scouts considering retreat from no-gay policy,” my first reaction is, not good enough.

The scouts’ executive board is passing the buck to local troops to decide whether or not gay scouts and leaders will be able to participate; this stance is not good enough. Boy Scouts of America means all boys.

Until the BSA includes all boys, I will not support their organization in any way.



Carol Judd

Nevada City


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