Stephen King  High Times magazine 1981: "I think that marijuana should not only be legal, I think it should be a cottage industry. It would be wonderful for the state of Maine.... What we've got up there are lobsters, potatoes, and a lot of poor people. My wife says, and I agree with her, that what would be really great for Maine would be to legalize dope completely and set up dope stores the way that there are state-run liquor stores..."

Stephen King High Times magazine 1981: "I think that marijuana should not only be legal, I think it should be a cottage industry. It would be wonderful for the state of Maine.... What we've got up there are lobsters, potatoes, and a lot of poor people. My wife says, and I agree with her, that what would be really great for Maine would be to legalize dope completely and set up dope stores the way that there are state-run liquor stores..."

Danny Glover    In 2010, the Lethal Weapon actor came out publicly in support of California's pro-marijuana legalization propostion, Prop. 19.

Danny Glover In the Lethal Weapon actor came out publicly in support of California's pro-marijuana legalization propostion, Prop.

Willie Nelson  High Times magazine 2010:"Of course, I would endorse it anywhere, in any state, any time. I think eventually, the worse the economy gets, the more sense it makes to legalize marijuana. First of all, you save all that money being spent on drug enforcement, all the money that goes for putting people in prison for smoking pot. There's just millions and millions of dollars that can be saved by legalizing it..."

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Bill Maher    The host of HBO's Real Time With Bill Maher has been a longtime advocate of legalizing marijuana. In October 2010, he talked to CNN's John King about legalization, saying, "Marijuana. That's a real no-brainer. If you can't get behind that issue, you just haven't done your research." On Nov. 2 2010, Maher tweeted, "Californians, don't forget to vote for Prop 19! Even if u don't smoke, its the right thing to do! Ur kids will be safer if its legal."

Bill Maher The host of HBO's Real Time With Bill Maher has been a longtime advocate of legalizing marijuana. In October 2010, he talked to CNN's John King about legalization, saying, "Marijuana. That's a real no-brainer. If you can't get behind that issue, you just haven't done your research." On Nov. 2 2010, Maher tweeted, "Californians, don't forget to vote for Prop 19! Even if u don't smoke, its the right thing to do! Ur kids will be safer if its legal."

Sting    On March 31, 2010, the singer wrote an article for the Huffington Post, saying that he was in favor of legalizing marijuana. Sting wrote, "Everyone knows the War on Drugs has failed. It's time to step out of our comfort zones, acknowledge the truth -- and challenge our leaders ... and ourselves ... to change."

Sting On March 31, 2010, the singer wrote an article for the Huffington Post, saying that he was in favor of legalizing marijuana. Sting wrote, "Everyone knows the War on Drugs has failed. It's time to step out of our comfort zones, acknowledge the truth -- and challenge our leaders ... and ourselves ... to change."

Susan Sarandon    When Prop. 19 was on California's ballot, Susan Sarandon called Californians urging voters to turn out in support of 19. In the recorded message, she referenced increased revenue, benefits to law enforcement, and argued that police should focus on more important issues than arrests for marijuana.

Susan Sarandon When Prop. 19 was on California's ballot, Susan Sarandon called Californians urging voters to turn out in support of 19. In the recorded message, she referenced increased revenue, benefits to law enforcement, and argued that police should focus on more important issues than arrests for marijuana.

Zach Galifianakis    While on Real Time with Bill Maher, the funny man talked about his desire to legalize marijuana and that he thought people's opposition to legalizing marijuana might be due to the fact that the drug was still considered taboo. At that point, he pulled out what appeared to be a joint and lit it.

Zach Galifianakis While on Real Time with Bill Maher, the funny man talked about his desire to legalize marijuana and that he thought people's opposition to legalizing marijuana might be due to the fact that the drug was still considered taboo. At that point, he pulled out what appeared to be a joint and lit it.

Tommy Chong    Tommy Chong has pretty much been the poster child for marijuana use since 1978's Up in Smoke, so it's no surprise he wants to legalize the drug. On the website CelebStoner, he wrote, "Hey stoners, don't forget to vote for Prop. 19! Legalize it! Get it Legal! Let's grow up as a country and recognize the plant that can and will save the world!"

Tommy Chong has pretty much been the poster child for marijuana use since Up in Smoke,

Jack Black    Jack Black sat on the advisory board of the Marijuana Policy Project, aimed at reforming US marijuana laws.

Jack Black Jack Black sat on the advisory board of the Marijuana Policy Project, aimed at reforming US marijuana laws.

Melissa Etheridge    Cancer survivor Melissa Etheridge said at a 2010 pro-legalization rally that, "I don't want to look like a criminal to my children anymore. I want them to know this is a choice that you make as a responsible adult."

Melissa Etheridge Cancer survivor Melissa Etheridge said at a 2010 pro-legalization rally that, "I don't want to look like a criminal to my children anymore. I want them to know this is a choice that you make as a responsible adult.

Snoop Dogg    Snoop Dogg has been a longtime advocate of the legalization of marijuana. In October 2010, Snoop released a video supporting Prop. 19, which attempted to legalize marijuana in California.

Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg has been a longtime advocate of the legalization of marijuana. In October Snoop released a video supporting Prop. which attempted to legalize marijuana in California.

Danny Devito    Danny Devito has taken to Twitter to show his support, tweeting, "Set your private parts on fiiiiyaaaaa! Decriminalise Weed!"

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Adam Carolla did an interview with PopEater where he discussed his stance on several political points, including legalizing marijuana: "I guess I would be Republican, in the sense that I want a secure border, I'm not into the welfare state, I'm not into all those freebie lunch programs. It just kind of demeans people. On the other hand, I'd like pot to be legalized and I'm against semi-automatic and automatic weapons."

Adam Carolla did an interview with PopEater where he discussed his stance on several political points, including legalizing marijuana: "I guess I would be Republican, in the sense that I want a secure border, I'm not into the welfare state, I'm not into all those freebie lunch programs. It just kind of demeans people. On the other hand, I'd like pot to be legalized and I'm against semi-automatic and automatic weapons."

Earlier this week, Morgan Freeman told the Daily Beast he was in support of legalizing marijuana. Take a look at the other celebs who have raised their voice in the fight for the right to party with weed.  http://insdr.co/NX0zB4

Earlier this week, Morgan Freeman told the Daily Beast he was in support of legalizing marijuana. Take a look at the other celebs who have raised their voice!

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