Gays in the Boy Scouts

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Moraga teenager Ryan Andresen has, for the second time, been denied the Boy Scout's highest award of Eagle Scout because he is openly gay. We discuss the Boy Scouts of America's policies barring homosexuals. Do these national policies affect your views of scouting?

Guests:

Eric Andresen, father of Ryan Andresen who is fighting the Boy Scouts of America for denying his son's Eagle Scout application because he's gay

Zach Wahls, eagle scout and founder of Scouts for Equality

Alvin Townley, eagle scout and author of "Legacy of Honor: The Values and Influence of America's Eagle Scouts"

Carl Miller, eagle scout and den leader of Pack 186 in Novato

Andrew Penn, eagle scout

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