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Watch the full HuffPost Live conversation about marijuana legalization here. Considering the racial bias in arrests for marijuana
Charlo Greene weighs in on why it’s important that more African Americans join the fight for the legalization of marijuana.
The police took marijuana and impounded a Dodge Dakota and a Jeep Liberty on Friday, KTUU (http://bit.ly/1ARX4oU ) reported
"Honestly I don't even know what to say right now aside from the fact that we just made history," Greene said in a video
This week brought some notable farewells. First, Charlo Greene, a 26-year-old TV reporter in Alaska, won the Internet when she dropped the f-bomb on air and quit her job to work full-time on marijuana reform (she pulled off a rare viral double play when, during an interview on HuffPost Live, she smoked a joint). Making a less theatrical but far more significant exit, Eric Holder announced he is resigning as Attorney General. Of course, Holder has agreed to remain in his post until his successor is confirmed by the Senate -- so, given the current state of D.C. dysfunction, he may be AG for some time to come. Finally, after a series of violent nightmares, the sports world delivered a fairy-tale ending as Derek Jeter capped his legendary career with a storybook walk-off hit in his last game at Yankee Stadium. We offer them all a sincere -- if ill-thought-out -- #LatteSalute.
Greene said she felt a "responsibility to the community" to offer a dissenting voice from Alaska's "Vote No On 2" campaign
Charlo, if you happen to read this, please listen to me carefully. You mentioned to Vice that you have worked your entire
News station apologizes for "f*ck it, I quit' anchor
"Advocating for freedom and fairness should be everyone's duty," she said. "I'm making it my life work to uphold what America
The local news anchor who dramatically quit her job on air following a segment on marijuana, explained her exit in a YouTube video released Monday.
"There comes a time in each and every one of our lives where we must choose to continue to spectate or stand up for what's