Friday, July 10, 2009

Censorship in California: Marijuana Ad Campaign Rejected by TV Stations

By Phillip S. Smith, Drug War Chronicle. Posted July 10, 2009
The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) kicked off a TV ad campaign aimed at gaining support for a California marijuana legalization bill in the legislature on Wednesday, but ran into problems with several TV stations around the state, which either rejected the ad outright or just ignored MPP efforts to place it. Still, the spots are up and running on other Golden State stations.

T.V. stations can be so up tight about stuff like this.
Maybe they should try radio in the markets where the t.v. stations won't run their ads.
I know of at least one local station that will take their money.

See the rest of the story at alternet.org
Also, if you are into the whole legalization thing, check out the link on my favorite sites for Highboltage blog.

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