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"It really is unique in that the changes that it can make to people's lives are incredible. On a medical basis, on a spiritual basis--it's impressed me more than just about anything else I've ever learned about. And I love learning, so that's saying something."

Cannabis. Weed. The Devil's Lettuce. Language holds power. On this episode of "How It's Reported," Podcast Editor Danny Latoni talks to Editor-In-Chief of Green Eugene--Eugene's premiere cannabis magazine--about cannabis, how she's working to destigmatize the industry and the future of cannabis journalism.

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Green Eugene Online (greeneugene.com)

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"How It's Reported" is a series from the Emerald Podcast Network designed to illuminate how journalists report on the latest news, build trust between news outlets and audiences and promote informed and engaged listeners, which are vital to a healthy democracy. Episodes come out Fridays.

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Podcast Desk Editor Danny Latoni produced and edited this podcast. Music is "A Fist Full of Organs" by Evan DuPell (@evan-dupell).

Danny Latoni produces and edits multiple podcasts for the Emerald Podcast desk weekly as the podcast desk editor. Danny specializes in working "behind-the-scenes" on projects and loves to collaborate across media platforms.