The legal battle forthe soul of the Boy Scouts of America will not end with the unanimous NewJersey Supreme Court decision on Wednesday prohibiting the Boy Scouts fromdiscriminating against gay members, according to lawyers for both parties.

Similar litigation has beenproceeding in state courts across the country, including those in California,Connecticut, Kansas, Oregon, and most recently in Washington, D.C., andIllinois.

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