Correct - private groups that receive federal funds, such as the Girl Scouts, are covered by federal disability discrimination law.
Sorry, I did not know that Girl Scouts did receive money from the federal government.
IF SO, then the 7th Circuit has ruled that Girl Scouts must make reasonable accommodations for ADA individuals. However, that is the 7th Circuit. Oregon is in the 9th Circuit. While the decision is suggestive, it is not binding upon Oregon since Oregon is in the district circuit.
It is up to you to decide whether to contest the stance of the Girl Scouts. They may agree, or they may not change their stance, and if not, then you can pursue this under ADA and hope that the 9th Circuit (Oregon) agrees with the 7th Circuit. Likely it will.
Again, I did not know Girl Scouts took money from the federal government. With this new information, my answer changes.
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