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Wintry weather brings school and work closures to the region before any flakes fall. The Boy Scouts of America announces a possible policy change that would allow the organizations that sponsor troops to decide whether to allow gay members. And a new report estimates cats kill billions of birds and mammals each year in the U.S. It's your turn to offer your take on the week's headlines.

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