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(Studio: Peter Jennings) A closer look at the Boy Scouts of America in light of the response to the Supreme Court case involving homosexuals as troop leaders introduced; examples cited of how the United Way and ACLU responded.
(Annanndale, Minnesota: Jim Williams) The backlash against the Boy Scouts examined by looking at the decision by the school board in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to end its partnership with the Boy Scouts examined. [Minneapolis schools superintendent Carol JOHNSON, city council member Lisa McDONALD - defend the community stance against the Boy Scouts.] [Mother Meg HERMAN - questions discrimination within the Boy Scouts.] [Minnesota Boy Scouts David DOMINICK, troop leaders Mark AUBREY, Paul COUSINEAU - defend the Scouts.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Williams, Jim
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