Last week, Alaska KTVA’s Charlo Greene made the move from reporter to newsmaker by quitting her job live on air to commit her time fully as owner and founder of the Alaska Cannabis Club. The video of her “fuck it, I quit” resignation quickly went viral (#FuckItIQuit) and Greene (whose real name is Charlene Ebge) has used the attention to further her cause, launching an indiegogo campaign with the original aim of raising $5000 and currently sitting at $11,223 with 8 days left to go. She and her team will be using the money to cover travel and other expenses as they raise support for November’s Ballot Measure #2 vote which would legalize recreational marijuana in Alaska (upto 1 oz, and 6 plants). In recent days, she has appeared on multiple news outlets, making an extra special appearance on Snoop Dogg’s online show ‘GGN’. An obvious supporter, during the Skyped interview the Doggfather agrees that if the state passes Ballot Measure #2 he’ll head to the Northern Frontier to put on a concert (a “wellness retreat concert” he calls it). Is Greene’s appearance a well-designed method of gaining support for her cause or is it more a chance to smoke with Snoop via Skype? Will the Hip Hop legend’s support move the public needle when it comes to the November vote?