This November, California voters will decide whether to make recreational use of Marijuana legal in the Golden State. Under state law, Proposition 64 would legalize marijuana use for adults 21 and older. Several celebrities are teaming up to pass the proposition under "Artists for 64." Rapper Common, Hip-Hop mogul Russell Simmons, actresses Olivia Wilde and Shailene Woodley, comedian Sarah Silverman, and author of "Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison," Piper Kerman are just a handful of celebrities banding together to help pass Prop 64. “Marijuana laws have been used as a tool by law enforcement to racially profile, harass, intimidate and criminalize mostly young Africa- American and Latino men for decades," said Danny Glover of the "Lethal Weapon" series in a statement. 

What would marijuana measure Prop 64 do? 

If Prop 64 is passed, it would no longer be a crime to buy, possess or carry a certain amount of marijuana for personal use.

Californians would be able to grow up to six plants either indoors or outdoors but the plants can't be visible to the public. Under the measure, people still can't sell marijuana or smoke in public. Consumption must be either at home or at a business that is licensed for on-site use. 

California is one of five states voting on marijuana legislation Nov. 8

Twenty-five states including Montana, New York and Ohio have passed laws for medical use in the past. Alaska, Oregon, Colorado and Washington have legalized recreational pot. According to the Los Angeles Times, Colorado's legal cannabis sales brought in more than $135 million in revenue from taxes and fees. The state used the revenue towards public projects including school construction. According to Fortune, Colorado doctors have reported a spike in emergency room visits related to pot. 

These celebrities are proud marijuana smokers 

Actress Olivia Wilde who is part of "Artists for 64" says she isn't a pot smoker but doesn't want people who are to be punished for it.

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Other celebrities have made their marijuana use known. Singer Rihanna occasionally posts her use on social media. Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Aniston have revealed to Rolling Stone magazine that they use cannabis.