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Here’s What Celebrities And Organizations Are Saying About Marijuana On 4/20

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Celebrities and various organizations aren’t letting the coronavirus pandemic stop them from celebrating or otherwise acknowledging the marijuana holiday 4/20.

While social distancing orders have meant the cancellation of scheduled cannabis events, people are still participating in virtual sessions and tweeting up a storm to mark the occasion. Dozens of politicians are also using the day as a good excuse to call for marijuana reform and mainstream companies are using 4/20 as a marketing opportunity.

Here’s what celebrities are saying about cannabis on 4/20:

Snoop Dogg:

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Billy Ray Cyrus:

Melissa Etheridge:

Neil deGrasse Tyson:

Elon Musk:

Miley Cyrus:

Wiz Khalifa released a new cannabis-themed EP:

Bob Weir: 

The Doors:

Dwayne Wade:

Toby Keith:

Ozzy Osbourne:

Don Cheadle:

Ice Cube:

Too Short:

Patricia Arquette:

Shepard Fairey:

Chelsea Handler:

Jeff Ross:

Rick Steves:

Scott Adams:

311:

South Park:

Additionally, boxer Mike Tyson lit up a joint to discuss 4/20 with TMZ.

Here are some organizations that are also talking about the cannabis on the holiday:

Leadership Conference of Civil and Human Rights:

Voto Latino:

Competitive Enterprise Institute:

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a federal agency: 

PETA: 

Planned Parenthood:

ACLU also released a report on Monday, examining the ongoing racial disparities in marijuana enforcement across the U.S., including in states where it’s legal for recreational or medical purposes.

Ben & Jerry’s Uses 4/20 To Promote Marijuana Reform While Other Brands Market Off The Holiday

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Kyle Jaeger is Marijuana Moment's Sacramento-based senior editor. His work has also appeared in High Times, VICE and attn.

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