News Articles: Newspapers, Magazines, and Web

Pro-life forces boycotting Girl Scout cookies
(Waco Tribune-Herald, February 7, 2004)

Nine Crawford Girls Scouts plan to leave
(Waco Tribune-Herald, February 10, 2004)

Girl Scouts find Saturday reception anything but chilly
(Waco Tribune-Herald, February 15, 2004)

Temple parents upset over Scout ties to Planned Parenthood
(Waco Tribune-Herald, February 17, 2004)

Girl Scout/Planned Parenthood alliance irks some
(Temple Daily Telegram, February 17, 2004)

Waco group urges boycott of cookies
(Knight Ridder story in Kansas City Star & many other newspapers, February 21, 2004)

Both sides see victory in boycott controversy
(Waco Tribune-Herald, February 22, 2004)

Girl Scouts cut ties with Planned Parenthood
(Waco Tribune-Herald, February 24-2004)

Board of Directors resolution
breaking ties with Planned Parenthood.
Adopted at emergency meeting of the
Bluebonnet Girl Scout Council board
on February 22, 2004


Official statement of
Planned Parenthood of Central Texas
in response to Bluebonnet Girl Scout
severing of ties with PPCT

Controversy visits Girl Scouts in Crawford
(AP story in Houston Chronicle & dozens of other newspapers, February 27, 2004)

A Boycott That Worked!
(Christianity Today, February 27. 2004)

Proposed ban on Girl Scout Cookies
(Dateline Alabama, February 27. 2004)

Parents Troubled by Girls Scout/Planned Parenthood Alliance
(Family Research Council, March 8, 2004)

Girl Scouts-Planned Parenthood links to be probed
(  March 12, 2004)

How the cookie crumbles
(World Magazine, March 20, 2004)

Girl Scouts lose members to Christian group
(USA Today, March 23-2004, a second AP story carried in dozen of newspapers)

Girl Scouts-Planned Parenthood links to be probed
(   3-12, 2004)

STOPP wants to know Girl Scouts, Planned Parenthood ties
(AP story carried in numerous papers, TV stations, and web sites nationwide, Dallas Morning News, 4-12, 2004

Pisciotta announces opposition to Planned Parenthood nationwide
(Waco Tribune Herald, 4-13, 2004)

Abortions Wars: Austin and Waco boycotts challenge national Planned Parenthood
(Newsweek on the web, 4-13, 2004)

Tough Cookies: Texas Christians end Girl Scout promotion of Planned Parenthood
(Citizen Magazine (Focus on the Family), May 2004)