These young Girl Scouts brush-up on their phone-banking skills. (StateImpact photo: Emilie Ritter Saunders)
Famous for its potatoes, trout fishing, and blue AstroTurf, Idaho might not have much in common with Hawaii. But here’s one thing: Idaho and Hawaii are the only two states in the country to tax Girl Scout Cookies. Now, some local Scouts are beefing up their sales pitches and learning to lobby. Girl Scouts across the country are getting amped up to sell as many boxes of their famed Samoas, Thin Mints, and Tag-a-longs as they possibly can. They have about a month to close the deal with neighbors, friends and grandmothers/Emilie Ritter Saunders, StateImpact. More here.
Question: Should Idaho continue to tax Girl Scout cookies?