New York Principal Jeffrey Schwartz spoke to the Associated Press on the potential bankruptcy of The Boy Scouts of America in the wake of additional sex abuse claims. The article has ran in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and The Boston Globe, among other publications. The article discusses how sexual abuse settlements have already strained the Boy Scouts' finances to the point where the organization is exploring "all available options," including Chapter 11 bankruptcy. "They'll play for time," Schwartz said. "If their defense costs and settlement costs are greater than their membership fees, it could be a death spiral."
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