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How Prop 19 Will Change Marijuana in California

On November 2nd, Californians will vote on Proposition 19, which could legalize the sale, taxation and regulation of marijuana in the financially bankrupt state. Cannabis is already California’s largest cash crop, generating over $15 billion in sales each year. That’s over three times the profit of wine grapes grown in the state. Their campaign was produced and funded by I Shot Him Because I Loved Him, Damn Him, a cause-driven design studio. Make sure to check out their Prop 19 site, TheNewLeaf.org, for more on this pertinent issue.

Click the infograph below for a larger, clickable version at TheNewLeaf.org:

Source: The New Leaf
Posted by Paul Caridad & Benjamin Starr

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