DUNMORE, Pa. --A YMCA in northeastern Pennsylvania is telling its members to leave their politics at the door.
The Greater Scranton YMCA says it decided on a new policy after the board received complaints.
Many people were having politically-charged arguments inside the gym, apparently sparked by the content on the TV's.
The Y has now banned certain cable news channels, to hopefully avoid the heated debates.
"People want to come here and feel safe, and be a part of the community, and when arguments are taking place over politics and things like that, they don't feel safe," said the facility's CEO, Trish Fisher.
The Y says, for the most part, the cable news ban has been well-received.