Moskovitz, who left Facebook in 2008 after serving as a vice president at the company, has reportedly donated $70,000 in total toward the measure. Parker—co-founder of Napster and, perhaps more importantly, depicted by pop star Justin Timberlake in the recent release of The Social Network—has kicked in $100,000 to support the measure.
"What's interesting here is that [Parker] is a member of the generation that really gets it," said Drug Policy Alliance spokesman Stephen Gutwillig in an interview with the Associated Press. "We think he's pivotal to the future of drug policy reform in the country."
Approximately $2.4 million has been raised in support of Proposition 19 thus far, reports ABC News. Though significant in that few others have given six-figure (or near-six-figure) donations toward the campaign, Moskovitz's and Parker's gifts pale in comparison to the $1.5 million in support coughed up by Richard Lee, a medical marijuana entrepreneur based out of Oakland, CA.
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You may have all noticed that I've changed the look of the blog. I think it looks better this way but I'd like your opinions on the matter as well. Also, I've added a new poll to the left - please vote!
Before I post this next song, I have to say, I know haters gonna hate. However, I gotta say I like this song (It's probably the only song Linken Park has released in the past 4 years that I like). I love the reggae feel to it. What do you guys think?