Cops raid marijuana club of ex-TV anchor whose on-air, pro-pot resignation went viral

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On Friday, police in Anchorage seized marijuana, pipes, computers, and cars from the Alaska Cannabis Club in a raid on suspected illegal sales.

The club is notable because its owner, Charlo Greene, became a viral sensation last fall when she quit her reporting gig on-air with a profane pro-pot message. Covering Alaska's drive to legalize marijuana, Greene concluded a segment by revealing she ran the cannabis club and declaring, "F—k it, I quit."

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