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Fixing Pennsylvania’s pollution problem in the Chesapeake Bay stifled by underfunding

Also on the program: Area Eagle Scouts tackle big projects to earn the honor
By Merideth Bucher

As Boy Scouts of America files for Bankruptcy, Pa. chapters will stay afloat

We want the Boy Scouts to do everything in their power to get these individual survivors the resources they need to make their life better."
By Kathleen Davis/WESA

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Boy Scouts abused in other states sue in N.J. using untested strategy

Former scouts say they have grounds to sue in New Jersey because the abuse occurred when the Boy Scouts of America was headquartered in the state from 1954 to 1979.

By Nicholas Pugliese/WHYY

Safe to join Boy Scouts? Some parents say policy upgrades help prevent abuse

Some parents have fashioned their own protocols to ensure their children’s safety. Others say Boy Scouts of America has learned from past mistakes and has itself instituted policies that will protect their children.

By Nicholas Pugliese/WHYY and Ximena Conde/WHYY

Boy Scouts of America faces new sex abuse allegations, Pa. lawsuit reveals

“There is a crisis in the Boy Scouts, and there has been for many years, many decades."
By Nina Feldman/WHYY