Tomorrow, the Boy Scouts of America will start admitting openly gay scouts.
This past May, the Scouting National Council passed a measure by about 60 percent to allow gay youth to participate in scouting.
The ban on gay leaders remains in place.
Some religious organizations that sponsor troops have broken their ties with the organization over the shift, and a new Christian scouting organization, which was organized after the vote that allowed gay scouts, will officially launch tomorrow.
Pat Currie, Scout executive and CEO of the Circle 10 Council in Dallas, joins Here & Now’s Robin Young to discuss whether the new policy will impact his region.