Girl Scout leaders in California are deciding whether a Scout should get in trouble for selling cookies outside a pot shop.
It does seem like a savvy business plan, but is it allowed? A few Next viewers told us they've seen Scouts doing the same thing around Colorado this year.
We asked the Girl Scouts of Colorado if such a "bake sale" is allowed here, and we got back an official sounding press release.
"Girl Scouts of Colorado allows troop leaders and families to determine the best location for ... sales. All... sales sites are subject to approval. We feel our role is to help girls develop self-confidence and good decision-making skills that will help them make wise choices in all areas of their lives. Parents or guardians make all decisions regarding participation in ... sales. Girl Scouts of Colorado reminds all participants that when you are selling Girl Scout Cookies you are representing Girl Scouts."
So, you interpret that answer as you'd like.
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