Mayor Eric Adams invites those who don't like Florida's "Don't Say Gay" law to New York City.
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New York City launched a campaign of digital billboards and social media ads to run in five Florida cities that promote the Big Apple as a place where top city officials say – in stark contrast to the Sunshine State – LGBTQ+ people are welcomed as tourists and as residents.
The ads, announced Monday by New York City Mayor Eric Adams, target a new Florida law that imposes new restrictions on discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity in Florida schools.
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