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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Tracy R. Lewis
A D.C. mother said she was shocked when her employer, Bon Appetit at American University, fired her for selling her daughter's Girl Scout cookies at work.
Tracy Lewis told My Fox DC that her employer at an on-campus deli called her into the office last month and informed her she was being terminated for selling Girl Scout cookies on the job.
"They didn't give me any warning," she said. "It's crazy because I can't profit for selling the cookies. It's a volunteer position. I was just trying to help my daughter raise money for trips and stuff like that."