April 20, or 4/20, has long been recognized as "National Weed Day," but some think it's high time the holiday became nationally recognized. As support for marijuana legalization grows, and marijuana is decriminalized across the country, 4/20 is a time to both celebrate progress and push further in the weed fight. But many think the idea of nationally recognizing a pothead holiday is ridiculous, and 4/20 should not share company with Veterans Day or Martin Luther King Day. What do you think? 🌿
Should 4/20 be a national holiday?
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