The people of Denver have spoken, and they want marijuana on the menu in bars and restaurants. On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, host Stephen Colbert jokes and shows Cheers-like marijuana ad for Denver.
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PHOENIX, Nov. 4, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol launched a new ad Friday aimed at turning out voters on Election Day by painting a dim picture of the morning after if Prop. 205 supporters fail to vote.
Nov. 3, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol has launched a statewide Spanish-language TV ad in support of Prop. 205.
Shawn “Jay Z” Carter and Molly Crabapple released an incredible animated video that demonstrates the harm of drug war last month. It has now been redone as the music icon and business man lends his support to passing Prop 64, the most racial justice oriented marijuana legalization initiative ever.
In Florida, opponents of marijuana reform have released their first attack ad against Amendment 2, a ballot amendment which would legalize medical marijuana in the state.
On April 5, 2016, the Vermont Coalition to Regulate Marijuana began airing a new television ad across the state proclaiming that “Vermont is ready” to end prohibition and regulate marijuana.
ResponsibleOhio’s new ad does not show marijuana and it makes very few references to the plant. Instead, the ad attacks the failed war on marijuana and uses Retired Cincinnati Police Capt. Howard Rahtz to make its case.
A new ad released by the California Cannabis Hemp Initiative (CCHI), in an attempt to raise awareness for legalization legislation in California, unwittingly serves as a great argument for keeping cannabis illegal.
Every two years, around this time of the month, the television airwaves become crowded with political ads. During this period I spend a great deal of time watching and critiquing such ads, partly because I cannot fast forward through commercials.
(CNN) — A medical marijuana advocate turned write-in candidate for Rhode Island governor has garnered instant social media attention by smoking what she says is pot in a campaign video.
Marijuana is legal to varying degrees in some parts of the country. As a result, through public-service announcements, law enforcement and departments of transportation are taking to the airwaves and billboards across the land to let drivers know they shouldn’t drive stoned.
If you have been following marijuana legalization in this country, by now you have probably heard every kind of false claim and half-truth under the sun. According to marijuana prohibitionists, marijuana will lead to more car accidents [FALSE], out-of-control teen drug use [FALSE] and more violent crime [FALSE]; but the newest accusation being made by Florida’s anti-medical marijuana crowd really takes the cake…or should I say cookie?
Leafly, a company perhaps most readily explained as “Yelp for weed,” will run a full-page ad in tomorrow’s New York Times.