Boy Scouts, Parents Deliver Petition To Boy Scout HQ To End Ban On LGBT Scouts : News Photo

Boy Scouts, Parents Deliver Petition To Boy Scout HQ To End Ban On LGBT Scouts

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IRVING, TX - FEBRUARY 04: (R-L) Will Oliver, Eagle Scout , and James Oliver talk to the media after delivering boxes containing 1.4 million signatures urging the Boy Scouts of America to reverse the organization's ban on LGBT Scouts on February 4, 2013 in Irving, Texas. The BSA national council announced they were considering to leave the decision of inclusion of gays to the local unit level. U.S. President Barack Obama urged the organization to end a ban on gays. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
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IRVING, TX - FEBRUARY 04: (R-L) Will Oliver, Eagle Scout , and James Oliver talk to the media after delivering boxes containing 1.4 million signatures urging the Boy Scouts of America to reverse the organization's ban on LGBT Scouts on February 4, 2013 in Irving, Texas. The BSA national council announced they were considering to leave the decision of inclusion of gays to the local unit level. U.S. President Barack Obama urged the organization to end a ban on gays. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
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