First Look at New Marijuana Book: “After Legalization”

By: Friday November 29, 2013 8:58 am

I’ve written a book about marijuana policy, and I know that Just Say Now and Firedoglake readers will appreciate it most — so I want to give you a sneak peak. The title is After Legalization: Understanding the Future of Marijuana Policy in America. Below are a couple of passages from the introduction. The writing [...]

Just Say Now and the 2012 Election

By: Monday November 12, 2012 9:19 am

Washington State and Colorado made history this year by ending their prohibitions of marijuana, sounding a powerful rebuke against the colossal failure that is our nation’s War on Drugs. Both Initiative 502 and Amendment 64 mount serious challenges to the federal government’s posture on marijuana, and while the country watches to see what happens next, [...]

An End to Marijuana Prohibition is Just a Phone Call Away

By: Thursday October 25, 2012 12:22 pm

In the past month, Just Say Now has logged over 2,000 calls to voters in Colorado and Oregon, and will continue to push for the end to prohibition featured on several ballots throughout the nation. If we fail in these final weeks to reach out and speak to voters in Colorado, Washington and Oregon, it could be a serious set-back for the movement. This is an all-hands-on-deck moment for the marijuana movement; please help us do more by RSVPing to call voters, or by making a few calls right now in support of legalizing marijuana.

Jon Walker and Radical Russ Discuss Facebook’s War on Weed

By: Thursday August 9, 2012 9:58 am

Russ Bellevile, Just Say Now, Facebook, marijuana, Mark Zuckerberg, elite hypocrites, shame about that IPO

Just Say Now Featured on CBS’s “The Good Wife”

By: Wednesday February 9, 2011 8:19 am

In last night’s episode of CBS’s legal drama The Good Wife, Just Say Now was briefly featured in the episode’s plot. Peter Florrick, the character played by Chris Noth, is the main character’s husband making a run for his old seat as the State’s Attorney after being imprisoned for corruption. Peter seeks to make a political comeback by turning out the youth vote on the wave of a medical marijuana initiative in the state.

The show briefly featured a big board featuring the Just Say Now logo, and in a mock-web video, shows Peter speaking with students at a meeting of the fictional “Cook State College” Just Say Now chapter. Below are two screen captures of Just Say Now on The Good Wife.

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