Speaking Out Against Cannabigotry At Seattle Hempfest

Cyd Maurer claims to be a victim of cannabigotry after getting fired as a local news anchor for using marijuana.

WASHINGTON:  Seattle Hempfest was my first-ever cannabis related event after getting fired as a local news anchor for using marijuana. I was the victim of cannabigotry and after coming out with my story, I was invited to speak about my experience on a panel among some pretty impressive people.  The panel took place on the Ric Smith Read the full article…

Marijuana Activist Greene Loses At Eviction Hearing

Marijuana activist Charlo Greene will be evicted from a rental property for failing to provide insurance for the Alaska Cannabis Club.

ALASKA:  Alaska Cannabis Club owner and marijuana activist Charlo Greene will be evicted from a rental property at 225 E. Fifth Ave. in downtown Anchorage where she had been holding club events. In an eviction hearing Friday, District Court Judge Pamela Washington ruled that Greene, whose legal name is Charlene Egbe, had failed to provide insurance for the Alaska Cannabis Read the full article…

Pot Backer Who Quit TV Job On Air Fights Subpoena

The Alaska Public Offices Commission wants to know whether Charlo Greene used crowdsourcing funds to advocate for a ballot initiative to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.

ALASKA:  An Alaska television reporter who quit her job with a four-letter tirade during a live newscast after revealing she supported pot legalization is bucking the state commission that enforces election laws. The Alaska Public Offices Commission wants to know whether Charlo Greene used crowdsourcing funds to advocate for a ballot initiative to legalize the Read the full article…

Snoop Dogg Will Play An Alaska Show If Local Voters Legalize Weed

Americans like their marijuana

ALASKA:  Snoop Dogg has made sure over the years that his love for all things weed-related has been well documented, so he’s found something of a kindred spirit in former Alaskan news reporter Charlo Greene. The former KTVA reporter just recently quit her post in dramatic fashion by revealing that she was the owner of the Alaska Cannibis Club. Read the full article…

Marijuana Forum Turns Contentious

The switch would happen because of a constitutional rule requiring a 120-day waiting period after a legislative session before an initiative can be put to a vote. It would affect ballot questions to slow down the proposed Pebble Mine, to regulate marijuana like alcohol, and to hike the minimum wage.

ALASKA:  The debate over whether voters should legalize marijuana turned contentious Tuesday when a state-run hearing on the ballot initiative was held in Anchorage. KTUU reported the most heated attack came from Charlo Greene, a former KTVA reporter who quit her job on live TV Sunday night with an expletive and announced she’s advocate to Read the full article…

Alaskan TV Reporter Curses, Quits On-Air To Focus On Marijuana

As more states loosen their marijuana laws, it may be harder for the lawmakers from Indiana to make their case for legalization.

ALASKA:  Viewers of the KTVA-TV 10 p.m. news on Sunday got quite a surprise when reporter Charlo Greene not only outed herself as the owner of a medical marijuana business, but also promptly quit on the air. Greene did a story on the Alaska Cannabis Club, without revealing her connection to it. Afterwards, she announced that she Read the full article…