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Now that the LDS Church has decided to stick with the Boy Scouts of America, Utah mother Jo Overton would like Mormons to consider another issue: the Scouts’ appropriation of Native American symbols and rituals. “Feathers, colors, headdresses, regalia, drums, …

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