Hypocrisy All Around: Pfizer, NFL Are Hidden Sponsors Of Anti-Drug Group Fighting Against Cannabis Legalization

The Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA), which is fighting against federal legalization, recently removed a page on its website disclosing its partners.

Previously, the organization named nearly 50 corporate partners, including big pharma names such as Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE), the NFL and Krispy Kreme. While those names don’t appear on the CADCA’S anti-legalization online action alert campaign, several businesses were already being criticized for supporting the organization, which could have been the reason the page and names were removed, reported Marijuana Moment.

CADCA is calling on people to reach out to their senators and share their opposition to the recently unveiled marijuana decriminalization bill, Administration And Opportunity Act (CAOA). The bill, which would decriminalize and deschedule cannabis on a federal level and promote social equity, was sponsored by Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Senators Ron Wyden and Cory Booker.

“It is quite telling that they would take down the corporate partners page in …

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