COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- No Thin Mints for you! Some Girl Scouts in northeastern Ohio are refusing to go door-to-door selling cookies. It's a protest over the local council's decision to close four scout camps. Marie Cassidy is the leader of a troop in Aurora, about 20 miles southeast of Cleveland. She says the girls feel powerless because their voice isn't being heard. But the entire Girl Scout cookie sale isn't about to crumble. Cassidy says the girls will still sell cookies to people who request them.