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Napster Founder Sean Parker Pushing Legalization Initiative in California

The man marijuana legalization is waiting for — Napster co-founder, early Facebook president, and billionaire philanthropist Sean Parker — is closer than ever to “officially” entering the race to legalize recreational cannabis for adults in California.

Big-time Sacramento lobbyists and political consultants working for Parker are circulating a proposed legalization ballot initiative among drug reform advocates, multiple sources confirmed to SF Weekly this week.

Details are scant, as the Parker language has been shared under a strict embargo (and thus far, nobody has felt compelled to share this copyrighted material leak a copy to the media).

The Parker language is competing with other initiatives already introduced, but Parker’s immense fortune and his reputed willingness to part with some of it in the name of drug reform (plus the fact that everyone else is broke) make this nascent effort the immediate frontrunner. [Read more at SF Weekly]

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