Legalize Marijuana – Downloads

This year, there’s a strong movement in favor of legalizing marijuana in California, and it has coalesced into Prop 19, Tax & Control Cannabis 2010.  There many reasons to support this idea, but Milton Friedman, the free-market economist and Reagan-era financial guru, probably said it best: “There is no logical basis for the prohibition of marijuana.”

K, peeps, let’s get out there and get ‘er done.

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Free Downloads! Posters for liberal audiences: Why we should legalize marijuana.


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Download 72 dpi version for Interwebs sharing

Download 300 dpi version for printing

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Download 72 dpi version for Interwebs sharing

Download 300 dpi version for printing

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Download 72 dpi version for Interwebs sharing

Download 300 dpi version for printing


Download 72 dpi version for Interwebs sharing

Download 300 dpi version for printing

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Free downloads! Posters for centrist audiences: Why we should legalize marijuana.

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.Free downloads! Posters for conservative audiences: Why we should legalize marijuana.


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Here’s the thinking behind our marijuana posters

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Sources for economic and other arguments in favor of legalization.
  • Caputo and Ostrom, “Potential Tax Revenue from a Regulated Marijuana Market”, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Oct 1994.
  • Crossroads Magazine (Masstricht), NIS News, May 5, 2008. http://crossroadsmag.eu/2008/05/state-earns-400-million-euros-a-year-from-cannabis-bars/
  • California Wine Institute, California Wine Industry Statistical Highlights, 2008. http://www.wineinstitute.org/files/EIR%20Flyer%202008.pdf
  • D. Gieringer, “Economics of Cannabis Legalization,” in Ed Rosenthal, ed. Hemp Today, Quick Publishing, Oakland 1994.
  • M. Atha and S. Blanchard, “Self-reported drug consumption patterns and attitudes towards drugs among 1333 regular cannabis users,” Published by the Independent Drug Monitoring Unit 1997. Cited in Leslie Iversen, The Science of Marijuana, Oxford Press. 2000, pp. 217-9.

43 Comments

  • Ya, our guyz n gals in the campaign were a lil too mellow to really puch this through. I;m surprised Richard Lee was willing to through more than a million $$$ down the tubes, though.

    The weird thing is, it’s legal now in that backassed med marijuana way. Just goes to show, there are some things that everyone wants that no one is willing to say they want. Like, sometimes “No” doesn’t mean “No.”

  • Well, I guess everyone knows mow that the peeple running the Prop 19 campaign were too STONED to fucking get their act together and pass this SHOO-IN.

    Thanks a lot for bungling what could have been a history-making moment!

  • ANNUAL AMERICAN DEATHS CAUSED BY DRUGS
    TOBACCO …………………… 400,000
    ALCOHOL …………………… 100,000
    ALL LEGAL DRUGS ………….20,000
    ALL ILLEGAL DRUGS ……….15,000
    CAFFEINE …………………….2,000
    ASPIRIN ………………………500
    MARIJUANA …………………. 0
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    Source: United States government…
    National Institute on Drug Abuse,
    Bureau of Mortality Statistics

  • now just dont “forget” which day voting day is

    it’s November 2! Write on your calendars real big!

    Write on your bathroom mirrir!

    Put a note in your stash box!

    Get out there and vote and lt’s make it happen!

  • Hi, I live in my mom’s basement and I suck at Guitar Hero! What about if we get good at Halo? Does that count?

  • What’s incredible is that we are having this conversation at all. Prohibition has failed to control the use and domestic production of marijuana. The government has tried to use criminal penalties to prevent marijuana use for over 75 years and yet: marijuana is now used by over 25 million people annually, cannabis is currently the largest cash crop in the United States, and marijuana is grown all over the planet. Claims that marijuana prohibition is a successful policy are ludicrous and unsupported by the facts, and the idea that marijuana will soon be eliminated from America and the rest of the world is a ridiculous fantasy.

  • noooooooooooooo, don’t legalize it!

    I’ll lose my street corner business where i sell oregeno to dumbass frat boyz from out of town

    o wait, I can still do that

    carry on…..

  • gay peeps getting married, dope advertised in BART stations, donkey’s barebacking elephants, I swan, this old world is turning out to be a little different.

    sometimes different is good

    🙂

  • Here’s one I agree with you on: dope should be legal and the nanny state should not be telling grown people how they can or cannot choose to spend their time.

  • Just heard the Cali campaign backer on the radio this morning

    I think this is really going to happen this time.

    You should get hooked up with those guys

  • Wow, it’s like this is a stoner ad campaign written by MBAs – never seen that before – you guys are funnee!

  • hehe love these posters especially the guy in the basement

    i’m not that guy!

    but ha ha anyway coo and keep up tha good work

  • ya, thanks for the email, guyz n girls. I saw a couple these before I think. Solid, but I wish I were more wowed.

    : /

  • I’ve posting over at Greta’s blog on the Fox site again. God, i just about bust a gut every time cuz I’m laughing so hard! My latest thing is to put up a huge incoherent ramble in support whatever they’re saying and watch people agree with me. Ha!

    Anyway, I put up a couple links to PL.

  • That thing about Milton Friedman, is that true? I thought he was a big conservatard? if that’s straight-up, then gj diggin it out.

  • hey! did you forget something? like the LOGO?!
    are you high?!

    8D

    Just a Lil Slap on the Wrist
    From Your Neighborhood Logo Police

  • “No taxation without legalization.”
    -Richard Lee

    Hitting the coffee shops with these this weekend. Momma needs a new pair of roads, bridges, schools, teachers, hospitals, ………………………..

  • Nice work! These are all showing up on my campus bulletin boards this week, I’m posting in the laundromats as well. It’s all coming down now, they have the sigs to make it to the 2010 ballot… Go Tom Ammiano, we finally agree on something.

    Here we go!

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