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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Protesting Girl Scouts In Minn. Won't Sell Cookies

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Protesting Girl Scouts In Minn. Won't Sell Cookies

Protesting Girl Scouts In Minn. Won't Sell Cookies

Protesting Girl Scouts In Minn. Won't Sell Cookies

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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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