Fayette County

June 5, 2013 8:28 PM

Some Kentucky churches cut ties with Boy Scouts; no decisions in Lexington

At least three churches in Central Kentucky -- including one of the state's biggest churches -- have said they are cutting ties with Boy Scouts of America as a result of the organization's decision last month to allow gay scouts. So far, churches in Lexington don't appear to be following suit.

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