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  1. Reporter Quits Live on TV to Defend Marijuana

    Charlo Greene’s television career just went up in smoke. The Anchorage TV reporter profanely quit her job on the air to draw attention to her cause: marijuana legalization. She revealed herself to be the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club before declaring: “And as for this job … f—k it. I quit.” She’s now pouring her energy into promoting Alaska’s November vote on legalizing weed. Greene’s reporting days may be over, but her future as a cannabis campaigner is firing up.

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