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TV Reporter Faces Up To 24 Years For Marijuana Case

It was on September 22, 2014 that KTVA reporter Charlo Greene quit her job on air, while also uttering profanity. The former reporter for the station in Alaska, had finished the final filmed segment on marijuana by revealing that she was in support of legalization and was the owner of the Alaskan Cannabis Club. ‘Fk... Read more » TV Reporter Faces Up To 24 Years For Marijuana Case is an
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