By Rand Paul
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Long a lightning rod for conservative criticism, the Girl Scouts of the USA are now facing their highest-level challenge yet: an official inquiry by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Backed by 100 years of experience, Girl Scouts are unleashing a campaign to ensure that girls will strive harder to become captains of industry.
"When you have a leadership brand like Girl Scouts, it's natural that we would have some critics," said Ms. Chavez. "We're proud of our inclusive approach because that is what has always made this organization strong."
"Our world is becoming smaller, and our young people need to have those opportunities to engage with their peers from around the world," said the Girl Scouts' CEO, Anna Maria Chavez. "But simply being a member does not mean that we will always take the same positions or endorse the same programs as WAGGGS."