The Associated Press reports the KTVA “F*#ck it!” reporter who quit on air while reporting about a pot business she owned, has attracted the attention of a state commission that enforces election laws.
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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. It says it’s trying to determine whether money that was spent would trigger reporting requirements.
Greene is the professional name used by Charlene Egbe, who considers the commission action to be harassment. She says if the panel continues to bother her, she will “most certainly” sue.