Legal Weed Spurs “Don’t Drive High” Campaign In NY

The New York Post reports:

New York State launched its first ads in anticipation of legally selling marijuana later this year with the warning: “Don’t drive high.” Customers will be able to buy cannabis products in licensed retail stores by year’s end, according to the state Office of Cannabis Management.

Gov. Kathy Hochul and OCM unveiled 15 second and 30 second public TV services ads and billboards as part of the state’s “Cannabis Conversations” campaign. Roadway billboards contain the phrase enclosed in a big white bubble that warns pot smokers: “Don’t drive high.”

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