NEW ADS WARN AGAINST DRIVING WHILE HIGH
State safety officials on Tuesday launched a new impaired driving awareness campaign and are focusing on getting across the message that while marijuana use is now legal, driving while stoned is not.
Using the tagline "Drive high? The crash is on you," the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security's campaign will include billboard, radio, and television ads targeted at drivers, particularly young drivers. The TV ads will be the same ads that aired in Colorado after voters there legalized marijuana in 2012.
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