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The Dayton Daily News is looking for readers who might be affected by the Boy Scouts of America’s expected change in its policy banning gay Scouts and leaders. The BSA is expected to announce it will leave the decision up to its 290 local governing councils and 116,000 sponsoring religious and civic groups. Would the proposed changes affect your decision to participate in Scouting? Have you felt discriminated in the past by the BSA policy? Or would the change in policy might cause you to reconsider your participation in Scouting or your son’s participation? If you would like to be interviewed for the story, please contact reporter Mary McCarty at (937) 225-2209 or mmccarty@coxohio.com.


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