Don’t expect the Sea Scouts to be mooring their boats for free at the Berkeley, Calif., Marina anytime soon.

During oral arguments on Tuesday, the California Supreme Court gave all indications that Berkeley was well within its rights to end the 60-year-old subsidy because the organization, an affiliate of the Boy Scouts of America, refused to abide by a city policy forbidding discrimination against gays and atheists.

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