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The Alaska TV reporter whose journalism career went up in smoke when she quit her job during Sunday's newscast and announced she was running a medical marijuana business on the side took to social media to explain why. Charlo Greene, whose legal name is ...   New York Daily News   -  19 hours ago
PORT ANGELES — Clallam County commissioners voted 2-1 Tuesday to delay action on a temporary ordinance that would regulate the siting of legalized recreational marijuana business. A majority of the speakers in a 3½-hour public hearing said the proposal ...   Peninsula Daily News   -  19 minutes ago
As job exits go, this was a dramatic one. Charlo Greene, a reporter for local CBS affiliate KTVA in Anchorage, Alaska, reported a segment on Sunday night about the Alaska Cannabis Club, a medical marijuana group. She then told viewers that she is in fact ...   The Christian Science Monitor   -  1 day ago
Advocates of an effort to make marijuana legal for adults and regulated similarly to alcohol in Arizona in 2016 have filed paperwork with state elections officials, granting them permission to raise money to campaign for the citizen’s initiative.   The Daily Chronic   -  9 hours ago
Long a flash point in the culture wars, marijuana's growing legitimacy hasn't yet turned it into a political weapon, even in the marquee races in the first state to legalize the drug. In Colorado, the issue has barely gotten a mention as Rep. Cory Gardner ...   Governing   -  2 hours ago
Emanuel's move comes amd a broader movement in marijuana legalization. Sixteen states plus the District of Columbia have decriminalized marijuana possession, and two states have legalized retail sales, according to NORML, a group lobbying to legalize the drug.   Yahoo News   -  2 hours ago