There are plenty of crucial decisions America must make in the next week, not the least of which being whether or not Californians will finally get to smoke their good kush in peace. California’s Proposition 64 would do just that, making recreational marijuana legal for anyone over 21. (Medical marijuana has already been legal there for 20 years.) And if there’s one person whose life’s work has been partly dedicated to the decriminalization of weed, it’s Pusha T. King Push has been campaigning hard for Hillary Clinton and his Virginia senator Tim Kaine, and now he’d like to turn his attention to the passion dearest to his heart in a new PSA urging Californians to pass Prop 64. “If ending prohibition on marijuana reduces recidivism, then let’s do it,” he says strongly echoing his “Drug Dealers Anonymous” partner Jay Z’s equally pointed thoughts on the matter.