On Monday, Pennsylvania Lt. Governor John Fetterman kicked off his statewide trek to discuss the issue of legalizing cannabis for adults. Lt. Gov. Fetterman is journeying across the state as part of a marijuana listening tour that will engage the public and gather input for Gov. Tom Wolf, who will decide whether to push for legalization in Pennsylvania this year. Following closely behind Lt. Gov. Fetterman are a group of advocates who hope to keep the conversation focused on the benefits of a legal approach to adult-use cannabis.
Pennsylvania Lt. Governor Will Talk Legalization on 67-County Marijuana Listening Tour
Lt. Governor Fetterman’s marijuana listening tour will canvas Pennsylvania to gather feedback and commentary about legalizing cannabis for adult use. A majority of Pennsylvanians already support adult-use legalization. But Fetterman is starting his tour in the state’s more conservative central counties, where opposition to legalization is likely to be strongest.
Wherever Pennsylvanians stand on the issue, however, Fetterman says he hopes people will turn out to the events and share their views. “Honestly, I can’t emphasize how earnest I am about that,” Lt. Gov. Fetterman told PennLive. “It’s not interested in what John Fetterman thinks on the subject. What is interesting