Ad Giant Accused of Soaking Taxpayers in Anti-Drug Campaign

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Federal prosecutors in New York allege that the advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide padded bills for its $684 million in-your-face anti-drug campaign that linked narcotics use to car crashes, teen pregnancy and — during the 2002 Super Bowl — international terrorism. A federal grand jury on Tuesday charged finance director Thomas Early and former
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