Campaign Launched To Educate New Yorkers About Costs of 26-Year-Old Laws <br>
--On Tuesday June 8th, in Albany, advocates unveiled a statewide television ad campaign with the goal of educating New Yorkers about the economic and social costs of the Rockefeller Drug Laws. The ads, created and produced by The Lindesmith Center in conjunction with New Century Concepts, will serve as a powerful voice in a growing chorus calling for reform of the Rockefeller Drug Laws. The television ads
are part of an ongoing $100,000 media campaign that has included statewide radio ads and print ads illustrating the need to change the 26-year-old laws. The ads will air for the next two weeks in New York City, Albany, Long Island, Syracuse, Buffalo and Rochester.
"This campaign demonstrates, in a compelling way, the devastating effects these laws have had on families and communities throughout New York," said David Mickenberg, spokesperson for The Lindesmith Center.