Our fight to end marijuana prohibition in California is just starting — and we need you to win this fight.

Let’s Get It Right — the campaign for the Adult Use of Marijuana Act — is going to be driven by people just like you hitting the pavement, talking to their friends and family, and helping our movement grow. We’re going to win this November — but only if you give it your all.

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Our Growing Coalition

California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom

“Today, the largest coalition ever formed to support marijuana reform has filed the signatures to qualify the most thoughtful marijuana policy in the nation – with the strictest child protections and billions in new revenue for important programs such as public safety.”

U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa)

“Our current marijuana laws have undermined many of the things conservatives hold dear – individual freedom, limited government and the right to privacy.  This measure is a necessary reform which will end the failed system of marijuana prohibition in our state, provide California law enforcement the resources it needs to redouble its focus on serious crimes while providing a policy blueprint for other states to follow.”

Alice Huffman, President, California NAACP

“Reforming our marijuana laws is an important civil rights issue. The current system is counterproductive, financially wasteful and racially biased — and the people of California want it to be fixed.  This measure will ensure that California is not unjustly criminalizing responsible adults while ensuring that our children and our communities are protected and vital state and local services are funded.”

Marsha Rosenbaum, Director Emerita, Drug Policy Alliance & Co-Chair, Youth Education and Prevention Working Group, Blue Ribbon Commission on Marijuana Policy

“AUMA recognizes that the failed marijuana policies have not kept kids safe.  This measure implements the toughest child safeguards in the nation and dedicates a majority of the revenues from new marijuana taxes to important public health, education and prevention programs focused on kids.”