Shannon Connolly Staff Writer @xxShaannonxx Danielle Lei of San Francisco is one smart cookie. The 13-year-old and her mother chose the most logical place to sell Girl Scout Cookies, and that was in front of a medical marijuana clinic. Not surprising that her sales were… high. "It's no secret that cannabis is a powerful appetite stimulant, so we knew this would be a very beneficial endeavor for the girls," Holli Bert, a staff member at The Green Cross, told Mashable in an e-mail. "It's all about location, and what better place to sell Girl Scout Cookies than outside a medical cannabis collective?" The move may raise a few eyebrows: Medical marijuana is legal in California, but users must be over 18. "Our number one concern is the safety of the girls," the representative told The Huffington Post. "As long as they're following our safety guidelines, we trust our parents to make decisions for their daughters based on the communities that they live in." This policy seems to be different from the Girl Scouts of Colorado, which issued a tweet that said: "If you are wondering, we don't allow our Girl Scouts to sell cookies in front of marijuana shops or liquor stores/bars." Despite the tweet, everyone else thinks Lei is "savvy," "genius" and "the smartest Girl Scout in the country."
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