Reps. Joel Hefley & Jo Ann Davis Introduce Separate Pro-Scout Legislation
Falls Church, VA Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio is applauding Congressman Joel Hefley and Congresswoman Jo Ann Davis for introducing legislation that would continue to allow the Boy Scouts of America to hold functions on military bases.
The legislation is necessary because of a recent decision by the Department of Defense to give in to pressure from the radical homosexual lobby and the ACLU to kick the Scouts off of military bases because of the requirement that leaders and members must be "morally straight."
"We must not give in to these extremists who wish to undo America's moral fiber through bureaucracies and courts, since they know they cannot win democratically," said Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio. "We call for all pro-family members of congress to sign on to this legislation and on the Republican leadership to make sure that the urgent matter is acted on as soon as possible."
The Hefley Resolution is H. CON. RES. 6. Click here for the text.
The Davis Bill is H. R. 71. Click here for the text.
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