He freelanced for NPR, Esquire, History channel and Huffpost. He also wrote for several other media outlets including The village voice and Time Out New York. He works for Fusion as a reporter about America’s weed subculture.
After publishing his book, Fusion hired Nerz and named him Chief Cannabis correspondent. Nerz covers the news of the weed market and the change of its legal status throughout the united states.
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