Legalize It: Peter Tosh Family Endorses Prop 19 and Just Say Now

By: Friday October 29, 2010 12:25 pm

In 1976, Reggae legend Peter Tosh released the song and album “Legalize It,” which quickly became an anthem for the marijuana reform movement. Tosh was murdered in his Jamaica home in 1987, and since that time, his family and his estate have not been in public with Peter’s legacy.

Now, in 2010, the family of Peter Tosh is for the first time coming out and announcing its strong support of California’s Proposition 19 and the Just Say Now Campaign to legalize marijuana nationwide, including the launch of a new video from Peter Tosh’s son Dave, intended to help mobilize voters to go to the polls November 2.

Late Late Night FDL: Club ‘Ganja’ Poodle

By: Friday April 9, 2010 10:00 pm

Featuring music of Peter Tosh, Buddy Guy and The Rolling Stones.

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