The Boy Scouts of America has reaffirmed its policy of excluding gays .
‘'The exclusion policy is absolutely the best policy for the organization'' said Deron Smith, The Scouts National Spokesman.
Smith said that after a confidential two-year review, the committee was unanimous in its conclusion.
As a result of the committee's decision, Smith said the Scouts' National Executive Board will take no further action on a pending resolution asking for reconsideration of the membership policy.
Bridgeport, Ohio resident Jennifer Tyrell, the scout leader who was ousted from scouts when they found out she was gay, asked the organization to reconsider its position.
In fact, Tyrell presented a petition to the National Scout Conference in Florida back in May.
WTRF.com is trying to reach Tyrell for a comment on the committee's decision.