Live Stream: Calling Young Voters for Prop 19 from Campaign HQ

By: Sunday October 17, 2010 5:01 pm

Members of Students for Sensible Drug Policy in San Francisco this weekend for the group’s West Coast Conference are calling young voters for Proposition 19. We’re livestreaming the students calling voters live from Yes on 19′s campaign headquarters in Oakland, CA.

 

Got a Phone and a Few Minutes? Call Young Voters for Prop 19 this Weekend

By: Saturday October 16, 2010 4:00 pm

This weekend Just Say Now is doing a huge push to call young voters about marijuana initiatives, primarily about Prop 19 to legalize marijuana in California. More than 2,000 people already pledged to make calls this weekend, and dozens of people have been consistently calling for the last several hours.

Click here to start calling young voters for marijuana reforms – all it takes is a phone, and an email address or Facebook or Twitter account.

Live: Just Say Now Broadcasts UC Berkeley Debate on Prop 19

By: Wednesday September 22, 2010 7:15 pm

At 7pm PDT tonight, students from UC Berkeley will debate Proposition 19, California’s initiative to legalize marijuana. Thanks to Students for Sensible Drug Policy, Just Say Now is able to livestream the debate from UC Berkeley’s campus. Check out our new Just Say Now: Live! page to watch the debate live.

Rally for Compassion: South Dakota SSDP Students Show Support for Measure 13, Medical Marijuana

By: Friday September 17, 2010 3:00 pm

SD Coalition for Compassion and SDSU SSDP Joined forces to raise awareness in Brookings, South Dakota.

Live Broadcast: Just Say Now at the NORML Conference, Portland, OR

By: Thursday September 9, 2010 9:59 am

I’m here with FDL’s Jon Walker, Teddy Partridge and Michael Whitney. We’re here with Jon Perri and Amber Langston of SSDP on behalf of Just Say Now. Michael Whitney will be on a panel starting at 1pm ET/10am PT that will be livestreamed above.

Michael Whitney Talks About Ending Marijuana Prohibition: Time for US Gov’t. to Just Say Now

By: Tuesday August 17, 2010 9:30 am

RT has been doing a great job of covering the brewing international crisis in Latin America caused by antiquated US drug policy, something that our media has virtually ignored. Last night Alyona Minkovski had FDL’s Michael Whitney on to discuss the Just Say Now campaign, following up a recent appearance by SSDP’s Executive Director Aaron Houston.

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