The first five ads went up Tuesday, paid for by the pro-legalization group Marijuana Policy Project, urging the National Football League to allow its players to use marijuana without fear of penalty.
The first five ads went up Tuesday, paid for by the pro-legalization group Marijuana Policy Project, urging the National Football League to allow its players to use marijuana without fear of penalty. Marijuana Policy Project
The first five ads went up Tuesday, paid for by the pro-legalization group Marijuana Policy Project, urging the National Football League to allow its players to use marijuana without fear of penalty. Marijuana Policy Project

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