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Dad Grass Smoke 'Em Out Dad Hat
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Dad Grass Rollie Tee
Dad Grass x Free & Easy Summer 2021 Don't Trip Dad Hat
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Chanukah Gift Wrap 5 Pack Dad Stash
Pride 2022 ‘Daddy Chill’ Dad Hat
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Pride 2022 ‘Daddy Chill’ Tee
Dad Grass Rabbi Rollie Dad Hat
10 Pack - Parent Pack
Pride 2022 ‘Daddy Chill’ Bucket Hat
Dad Grass x Free & Easy Corduroy Don’t Trip Hat
Keychain Bottle Opener
Dad Grass Archie Tee
Mom Grass Pre Rolled Joints 10 Pack
Dad Grass x Yusuke Komori Tee
Dad Grass x Free & Easy Summer 2021 Pool Tote Bag
Mom Grass Anytime Formula
The Happiest Hour Bundle
10 Pack Parent Pack
Dad Grass x Mark McNairy White Pocket Tee - White
Mom Grass Gift Box
Dad Grass Rabbi Rollie Tee
Dad Grass Circle Pin
Dad Grass x Free & Easy Summer 2021 Unisex Tank Top
Dad Grass Dad Hat
Dad Grass Flower Half Ounce
Dad Grass Cashmere Sweater
Dad Grass Nighttime Formula CBN Tincture
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The Last Prisoner Project’s clemency initiative works to release cannabis prisoners and help them rebuild their lives post-incarceration.
Way back in July of 2020 when we were first starting out, we partnered with LPP to h elp raise funds and awareness for their clemency initiative. With your help, we have been able to contribute over $25,000 through this “Roll It Up For Justice” program which lets you donate a few extra bucks to Last Prisoner Project when you check out.
Our goal for 2022 is to contribute a total of $30,000 to help the thousands of dads, moms, children and families who continue to suffer the collateral consequences of prohibition and the War on Drugs.