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Watch: Pusha T Releases PSA Supporting California’s Prop 64

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Hip hop artist Pusha T supports California’s Proposition 64—the proposed bill to legalize recreational marijuana for those aged 21 and older across the state. On Tuesday, Rolling Stone premiered a PSA made by the rapper, urging Cali voters to pass the legislation.

“If California’s Prop 64 passes, no one will ever be incarcerated for marijuana again,” he explains in the video. “I’m not a California voter, but I know when good legislation passes in the biggest state, other states follow. That’s an important step in ending mass incarceration around the country.”

Related Prop 64 Coverage:
Top 10 Myths about California’s Prop 64, Pt. 1
Top 10 Myths about California’s Prop 64, Pt. 2
California’s Prop 64 Underscores Absurdity of Holding Pot Prisoners in States Where It’s Legal
Watch the First Proposition 64 TV Ad from California
Here’s What Occurs if Californians Legalize Recreational Pot

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