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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Katie Francis
A woman who has held a Girl Scout cookie sales record for decades says she has no problem giving up her cookie crown to an Oklahoma girl who broke her record.
An Oklahoma City girl who says she asks everyone she meets to buy Girl Scout cookies has broken the organization's decades-old sales record by a margin about the size of a Thin Mint.
When it comes to racking up record-setting sales, Katie Francis is one smart cookie.
If you buy 12 boxes, you can get a chance to win my grand prize," she says, pitching a "weekend package" that includes concert tickets, a night's stay at a hotel and gift certificates.
"It was interesting to hear about what she does now. She's a stay-at-home mom, but she used to work at the National Wildlife Federation," Katie said.