Brief fact summary the respondent dale respondent was an eagle scout whose membership in the boy scouts was revoked when the petitioners the boy scouts of america petitioner learned that he was a homosexual synopsis of rule of law. Dale the sued the boy scouts in new jersey state court claiming that revoking his membership was a violation of new jerseys public accommodations law which prohibits discriminating against people based on sexual orientation in places of public accommodation. The courts appellate division held that new jerseys public accommodations law applied to the boy scouts because of its broad based membership solicitation and its connections with various public entities and that the boy scouts violated it by revoking dales membership based on his homosexuality. Respondent was an eagle scout and a troop leader when his membership was revoked because the boy scouts of america petitioner learned that he is gay respondent was a scout until he turned eighteen when he went away to college. Dale case brief boy scouts of america v dale 99 699 530 us 640 2000 roles boy scouts of america are the petitioners james dale a former member of the boy scouts is the respondent
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