Fetterman announces Lancaster, York stops for marijuana ‘listening tour’

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Lt. Gov. John Fetterman will hear what people think about recreational marijuana in Lancaster and York next week.

Fetterman’s office announced he will hold a listening session on Monday, March 18, at The Ware Center of Millersville University, at 42 North Prince Street in downtown Lancaster.

On Tuesday, March 19, Fetterman will be at York College of Pennsylvania’s DeMeester Recital Hall, at 441 Country Club Road in York.

Both sessions are from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Fetterman is gathering input from Pennsylvanians about the possibility of legalizing recreational marijuana. He plans to hold listening sessions in all 67 counties.

People who are not able to attend and want to leave a comment about legal recreational marijuana may do so on a webpage form on the governor’s website.

Gov. Tom Wolf has said he thinks it’s time for Pennsylvania to take a serious and honest look at recreational marijuana.

Medical marijuana has been legal in Pennsylvania since 2016.

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