It is difficult enough to combat the stigma of marijuana consumption, but when information is stillborn people can’t learn.
Jason Kincaid reports in his article â€˜Reddit And Conde Nast Spar Over Ads Promoting Legalization Of Marijuana ‘ from TechCrunch.com 
â€œLater this year, California residents will be voting on Proposition 19 , a measure that would legalize marijuana in the state. And, given how much controversy revolves around the issue (think of the children!), weâ€™re bound to see plenty of ads in the run-up to the November 2 election. Thing is, you wonâ€™t be seeing ads in favor of legalization on some of the webâ€™s most popular sites, because their parent companies are afraid of being associated with a pro-marijuana stance.
â€œRedditors predictably rebelled. . . And now, in a daring move, Reddit is fighting back too: itâ€™s announced that it will begin running ads supporting Proposition 19, free of charge. CondÃ© Nast was afraid of taking money in support of Prop. 19, so Reddit is making sure that doesnâ€™t happen.
â€œThis isnâ€™t the first time pro-marijuana ads have had issues with a popular social site. Earlier. The Huffington Post reported that Facebook was barring ads. . . for Just Say Now, an organization thatâ€™s in favor of broader legalization than just Prop 19.â€
We applaud the efforts of Reddit and urge Californians to vote â€˜Yesâ€™ on Prop 19 this November.Â It’s the United States’ best hope yet.