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How our tax dollars are used to fund opposition to marijuana legalization

News : The Raw Story

This year the pharmaceutical, alcohol and prison food industries have all weighed in to oppose marijuana legalization initiatives across the country. This comes as little surprise: These industries all have financial interests in ke...

'Fck It. I Quit:' TV Reporter Quits on Air to Fight for Marijuana Legalization

Technology / Social Media : Mashable: Social Media

Charlo Greene, a reporter for KTVA news in Anchorage, Alaska, quit her job by saying the f-word on air, claiming she'll instead focus on legalization of marijuana in Alaska “I — the actual owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club — will be...

Alaska Reporter Who Quit on the Air to Promote Weed Legalization Faces Decades in Prison

Ethnicity & Race / African American : The Root

The Alaska reporter who quit on the air with a resounding “[F–k] it” is now facing charges on 14 serious criminal offenses, which could land her in prison for 54 years, The Guardian reports. It all started Sept. 22, 2014, when Charl...

Reporter who quit on air faces 54 years in prison

Lifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Remember that Alaska TV reporter who quit her job on live TV to focus on legalizing marijuana? "And as for this job, well, not that I have a choice, but, f--- it, I quit," KTVA reporter Charlo Greene said. Well, two years later, Cha...

SHE POKED THE BEAR: Alaska Reporter Who Quit On Air in Support of Marijuana Legalization Facing 24 Y…

US Politics / Conservative : Instapundit

SHE POKED THE BEAR: Alaska Reporter Who Quit On Air in Support of Marijuana Legalization Facing 24 Yars in Prison. Charlo Greene went viral two years ago when she quit her reporting job on-air after advocating the legalization of ma...

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