The Boy Scouts of America will begin to accept girls into its program, multiple outlets report.
The Boy Scouts of America will begin to accept girls into its program, multiple outlets report. Gary Ireland AP
The Boy Scouts of America will begin to accept girls into its program, multiple outlets report. Gary Ireland AP

Boy Scouts of America will allow girls into its programs

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