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2 Down, 48 To Go: Celebrate Marijuana Reform’s Historic Victories

In the past year, marijuana reform advocates have accomplished what many would have considered impossible a decade ago. Just months after our historic victories in Colorado and Washington, two major polls have found that, for the first time, a majority of Americans support legalizing marijuana.

The tides are turning in our favor, and together we can keep marijuana reform in the national conversation. To celebrate, we sent out these cool illustrated stickers by Oakland artist Benjamin Marlowe on 4/20 and we wanted to give you the same opportunity. Anyone who donates just $5 or more to Just Say Now’s campaign to legalize marijuana will get a sticker.

Click here to check out our awesome LEGALIZE sticker and get your own by making a donation of $5 or more to Just Say Now.

These eye-catching 5″ square vinyl stickers are perfect indoors or outdoors, on your car bumper, laptop or notebook — and if you take a picture of you with your sticker and email it to, we’ll post it on our Facebook page with over 2.2 million followers.

Just Say Now activists played a critical role in legalizing marijuana in Colorado and Washington, but our work is never over. 2013 is already shaping up to be another major year for marijuana reform: Maryland, Illinois, and New Hampshire are already moving forward on legislation regulating medical marijuana, while Vermont and Maryland are close to decriminalizing marijuana possession. And that’s just what’s already been accomplished.

Just Say Now is organizing New York patients and families to bring medical marijuana to that state and continuing to push for federal rescheduling so we can stop criminalizing patients across the nation.

With your support, we can continue to bring about change on a local and national level, building our transpartisan coalition to end the war on drugs.

Show your support for marijuana reform with our 4/20 sticker; donate $5 today to get yours!

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