D.C.: Hour-Long TV Show Examines Confusing State of Weed In Our Nation's Capital

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You can own it, but you can’t buy it. You can grow it, but you can’t sell it. You can smoke it in your home, but not on federal land.

FUSION’s Chief Cannabis Correspondent Ryan Nerz rolls into our nation's capital to investigate the controversial world of weed in Washington with “The Naked Truth: District of Cannabis.”

Washington, D.C. is home to some of the most liberal and confusing laws surrounding marijuana, making it a compelling window to the many cannabis contradictions across the country. Nerz, who has traveled to every state that has some form of legalization in the U.S., follows one man's cannabis crusade all the way to the White House, examines some of the weirdest pot laws in the country, and explores some of the special interests involved in the battles over legalization.

“The Naked Truth: District of Cannabis” premieres Sunday, May 22 at 8 PM on FUSION (channel listings). Additional reporting from “District of Cannabis” will be available across FUSION’s digital, social, and OTT channels. Watch a preview here.

Ryan Nerz is a Yale-educated journalist who has written for NPR, Esquire, and the History Channel. He is the author of MARIJUANAMERICA: One Man’s Quest to Understand America’s Dysfunctional Love Affair with Weed and serves as the host of FUSION’s series “The Cannabusiness Report,” which explores some of the biggest questions surrounding cannabis culture and the booming industry evolving around it.

Keith Summa and Mark Lima are the executive producers of “The Naked Truth.” “District of Cannabis” was produced by Simon Carr. Adam Weinstein serves as senior editor of digital investigations.

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