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Reporter who quit on air faces 54 years in prison

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, Charlo Greene is now facing 54 years in prison for allegedly running an illegal marijuana shop. According to a report from The Guardian out last week, the former KTVA reporter has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges, including "misconduct involving a controlled substance.
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