Rejected Marijuana Reform Ad
December 15th, 2006 by Alex
The Marijuana Policy Project created their latest ad to put a face on the normal, non-violent Americans that are put behind bars as a result of marijuana arrests.
Check out the numbers behind the ad to really understand the simple (yet powerful) point that the MPP is trying to get across.
Unfortunately, it seems the ad has been rejected for publication.
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