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Aug 14, 2017 12:05 PM

Cards Against Humanity Supports Cannabis Legalization

Cards Against Humanity has decided to cooperate with the Marijuana Policy Project in advocating for cannabis legalization in Illinois.

Image credit: Card Agains Humanity Facebook community

The “game for horrible people” has recently issued 30 new cannabis-related cards. All proceeds from the sales of the new cards will go to the Marijuana Policy Project.

Cards Against Humanity has already donated $70,000 to the Marijuana Policy Project to support weed legalization. Moreover, it will continue to raise funds for the campaign until the legalization measure is passed.

Therefore, buying the new pack of cards will not only make your game more entertaining but also help change cannabis laws in Illinois.

Cards Against Humanity has previously collected nearly $5 million for charity partners, including the Sunlight Foundation, DonorsChoose.org, the Wikimedia Foundation, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Heifer International.

According to the recent polls, 66 percent of Illinois adults support regulating cannabis similarly to alcohol. The question of marijuana legalization is likely to appear on the Illinois ballot in 2018.


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