Boy Scout National President Says It's Time To Accept Gay Adult Leaders

At the annual meeting of the Boy Scouts of America, the group's president called for an end to the ban on gay scout leaders. President Robert Gates — a former CIA director and former defense secretary — said in Atlanta on Thursday that failure to make changes quickly could spell the end of the group as a national movement.

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