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Anti-Legalization TV Ad

Anti-Legalization TV Ad Places Pot Shops Next to Toy Stores

Anti-Legalization TV Ad Places Pot Shops Next to Toy Stores

As Massachusetts voters prepare to vote on Question 4, a ballot initiative that could legalize recreational marijuana in the state, opponents are slated to launch their first television advertisement on Oct. 18, 2016. In the ad, a mother drives her daughter to a toy store, which is located beside a marijuana shop.

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Dead & Company Promoted Legalization on Jimmy Kimmel Live

On May 10, 2016, Dead & Company, a band including surviving members of the Grateful Dead and guitarist John Mayer, performed on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and used the opportunity to advocate for the legalization of marijuana.


Vulture.com’s Stoner Week Highlights Pot in Pop Culture

New York Magazine’s pop culture blog Vulture.com has just completed Stoner Week, a celebration of the myriad ways marijuana has worked itself into entertainment culture. It’s an in-depth, decades-spanning look at the evolution of marijuana in music, television and film.


David Letterman to Oprah Winfrey: You Smoking?

On Friday, May , 15, 2015, television and lifestyle icon Oprah Winfrey appeared on David Letterman’s “The Late Show” to say goodbye to the legendary comedian as he prepares to retire next week and discuss, amongst other things, smoking marijuana.

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TV Personality and Veterans Crusader Montel Williams Makes FL Medical Marijuana Pitch

Montel Williams, the former host of his eponymous show, has become a full-time veterans’ rights crusader recently and now he’s wading into Florida politics with a pitch for the medical-marijuana constitutional amendment.

stoned driving

Forgot the Propane? Too Stoned to Drive?

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.