With rising debts and huge payouts to come from decades-old sexual abuse cases, the national Boy Scouts of America organization filed for bankruptcy last month.
The move will allow the national group to keep operating, create a trust to pay hundreds of potential sexual abuse victims and narrow the window for future claims.Today on All Sides: What changes for the national Boy Scouts of America mean for local troops.
Joseph De Avila, reporter, The Wall Street Journal
Gilion Dumas, Dumas & Vaughn law firm, Portland, Ore.
Jeff Moe, Scout Executive/CEO, Simon Kenton Council