KTVA reporter Charlo Greene had enough of her job and quit while the cameras were still rolling. Greene’s outburst occurred after she finished a report on the possible legalization of marijuana in Alaska, something that is apparently very important to her. She revealed she is the owner of a local cannabis club and then abandoned her post.

"Now, everything you've heard is why I, the actual owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club, will be dedicating all of my energy toward fighting for freedom and fairness, which begins with legalizing marijuana here in Alaska," she told viewers Sunday. "And as for this job, well ... not that I have a choice, but f--k it, I quit."

Greene shrugged and walked off the set. The camera quickly cut to a colleague at the news desk. "All right, we apologize for that," the stunned anchor said, looking down at her notes. "We'll be right back," she said after a long silence.

KTVA, the CBS affiliate in Anchorage, issued a statement via Twitter shortly after the incident. 

Greene has since started an Indiegogo campaign for cannabis reform. “I just quit my news reporting job on live TV to announce that I am redirecting all of my energy toward helping to end a failed drug policy that has ruined the lives of far too many Americans," she wrote.

Though the jaw-dropping moment stunned viewers, it was apparently planned. The Alaska Cannabis Club urged its Facebook followers to watch KTVA earlier in the day Sunday, the Independent wrote.

Alaska voters will decide in a referendum Nov. 4 whether to legalize recreational weed, the Associated Press reported. It would be similar to Washington's and Colorado's legalization laws.

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