Hugh Hefner, who passed away on Sept. 27, was a major benefactor to various causes, including marijuana legalization. His Playboy Foundation provided hundreds of thousands of funding dollars to NORML in the '70s.
"Broad City" co-star Ilana Glazer, singer Jenny Lewis and actress Margot Robbie are among the female celebs who like to wear the weed. This basically means an outfit with pot leaves or other marijuana words or symbols. Take a look.
In her new magazine "Goop," Gwyneth Paltrow says about marijuana, "I've tried it, and yes I inhaled!" She joins Amanda Seyfried, Kelly Clarkson, Jane Fonda and Stevie Nicks on this list.
First Dr. Sanjay Gupta, then Dr. Mehmet Oz, who hosts a daytime talk show on Fox. Both reversed their opinions about medical marijuana in 2014. Now Dr. Oz says, "People think it's a gateway drug to narcotics. It may be the exit drug to get us out of the narcotic epidemic."
Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, who passed away on Sept. 3, met at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY in 1967, four years before they formed Steely Dan. Their 1973 song, "My Old School," is about the day they were busted for marijuana at Bard.