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54 Years for Pot? Former TV Reporter Could Face Jail Time for Running Pot Club

A couple of years ago, former TV reporter Charlo Greene shocked viewers when she announced that she was quitting her job during a live broadcast of KTVA News to support the legalization of cannabis. Greene made the announcement after she admitted that she was the president of the cannabis club that she was doing a... Read more » 54 Years for Pot? Former TV Reporter Could Face Jail Time fo
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