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The Boy Scouts of America has decided to allow girls into the pack. In a historic shift, the organization’s board voted unanimously on Wednesday to admit girls into the century-old program. John Yang speaks with David Crary of the Associated Press about what’s behind the decision and what it will mean for the Girl Scouts of the USA.
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