A father in Texas has been banned from wearing the Cub Scouts' uniform because he's openly gay. Jon Langbert wore the trademark khaki button-down often while building things…cooking... camping...fishing...and fundraising with his 9-year-old son Carter.
The two have done everything you'd expect a father-son scouting team to do...earning badges and living up to scouting law. You know... The one that says "a scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent." Jon also says he's been removed from his leadership position. But his local scout district says that's impossible...because Jon wasn't listed as a leader in the first place. A district executive says it's following the rules. Jon Langbert and his son spoke with CNN's Kyra Phillips.