Boy Scouts Seek Input on Gay Ban

By |2013-02-07T09:00:00-05:00February 7th, 2013|National, News|

Those who want the Boy Scouts to end — or at least soften — their ban on gays can now call or email the organization to voice their opinion.
Calls are being answered at the National Service Desk at 972-580-2330. A representative will answer and ask if you are for or against the policy change.
Emails are also being accepted at [email protected].
The national executive board is slated to consider the policy change next Wednesday, Feb. 6 to allow local troops to decide whether or not to welcome gay members and leaders.

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