From the Nashville Tennessean:
A bipartisan group of lawmakers, led by Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist, introduced legislation yesterday that would guarantee the Boy Scouts of America can use government facilities for gatherings and events, despite recent lawsuits challenging the Scouts over their policies that exclude openly gay leaders and members who won't swear to a belief in God.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the Scouts can set their own membership rules, but the American Civil Liberties Union and other groups have sought to keep the Scouts from using government facilities, saying government shouldn't support an organization that critics believe discriminates.
Note to the Tennessean: it's a fact, not a debatable assertion by "critics," that the Boy Scouts discriminate, openly and without apology. What's at issue is whether the government should offer them support in doing so.