SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco's Board of Supervisors has passed a resolution to withdraw $6 million in city accounts from Bank of America because it supports the Boy Scouts of America.

The supervisors who supported the resolution, which now goes before the mayor, accuse the Scouts organization of discriminating against homosexuals.

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