Boy Scouts

NPR's Barbara Bradley reports on today's Supreme Court decision that allows the Boy Scouts to reject homosexuals as troop leaders. The 5-4 decision says the Scouts, as a private organization, have freedoms of expression and association that allow the group to set their own qualifications for scoutmasters.

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