2.99 See Answer

Question: Dale, an assistant scoutmaster for the Boy


Dale, an assistant scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts, lost his position when the organization learned that he was gay. Dale contended that he was the victim of discrimination, while the Boy Scouts argued that they were exercising their First Amendment right of freedom of expression. Does the organization have First Amendment rights, or will Dale be successful in his suit against the Boy Scouts? [Dale v. Boy Scouts of America, 160 N.J. 562, 734 A.2d 1196 (2000)]
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2.99

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