Girl Scouts Can Now Sell Cookies Outside of Pot Shops in Colorado

For years it has been debated on whether or not it was a good idea to let Girl Scouts sell their cookies outside of the place people are most likely to have the munchies, pot shops. Finally, they've been given the green light to do business there!

Girl Scouts of Colorado actually lifted the ban last year so this year marks the second season in row where girls can set up shop outside of dispensaries and other 'adult-oriented' businesses.

According to KDVR in Denver;

Spokesperson AnneMarie Harper said the decision to lift the ban on 'adult-oriented' businesses was made because of the large amount of requests it received from girl scouts to set up at local breweries.

I guess this also means they could sell outside of the gentleman's club if they wanted to... I feel like guilt would probably create a few sales there too!

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