Girl Scouts Reject Girl With Autism

For two years, Magi Klages, despite having autism, thrived in the Girl Scouts -- an organization that pledges to "help people at all times" and to be "honest and fair, considerate and caring." But when Magi's Brownie troop grew too large and her parents moved her to a smaller one for children with special needs, they never imagined their 8-year-old would be kicked out. Michele and Kevin Klages of Oconomowoc, Wis., were told their daughter was a "danger" to the new group's four other children...Full Story
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