Protesting Girl Scouts In Minn. Won't Sell Cookies

A 10-year-old Scout is refusing to sell cookies after her Girl Scout Council decided to sell some of its camps. The Star-Tribune reports that members of a troop in Maplewood, Minn., decided to sit out the annual sale.

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Another protest in the news, led by a 10-year-old girl who's refusing to sell Girl Scout cookies after her Girl Scout council decided to sell some of its camps. Minneapolis Star-Tribune�reports that members of a troop in the town of Maplewood say they will sit out the annual sale of thin mints and other cookies. The protests could affect 3,500 boxes. The troop leader told the paper the situation is changing by the hour.

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