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Saturday, May 4, 2019

PA: Lt. Gov. reports on listening tour so far, more stops planned

May 03, 2019 Kate Zawidzki

Fetterman to visit Bradford, Susquehanna, Luzerne, Sullivan, Montour, Carbon, Potter, Bucks, and Cameron counties in the next two weeks.

On Monday, legislators heard Lt. Gov. John Fetterman report back on his marijuana listening tour. Fetterman reported attendees were overwhelmingly supportive of legalizing marijuana for adults' use. Opponents have only outnumbered supporters at two of the 50 stops.

The tour is in its tail end now, with only 16 counties remaining. Here are the next couple weeks’ stops.

Towanda (Bradford County)
Saturday, May 4, 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Towanda Area Jr/Sr High School
1 High School Drive

New Milford (Susquehanna County)
Saturday, May 4, 2:30 to 4 p.m.
Blue Ridge High School auditorium
5058 School Road

Wilkes-Barre, (Luzerne County)
Sunday, May 5, 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.
Wilkes College, Ballroom, second floor of the Henry Student Center
84 W. South Street

Laporte (Sullivan County)
Sunday, May 5, 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.
Sullivan County High School auditorium
749 South Street

Danville (Montour County)
Tuesday, May 7, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Montour Preserve Environmental Education Center auditorium
374 Preserve Road

Jim Thorpe (Carbon County)
Monday, May 13, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Jim Thorpe Area High School auditorium
1 Olympian Way

Coudersport (Potter County)
Tuesday, May 14, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department
171 Route 6 West

Newtown (Bucks County)
Wednesday, May 15, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Bucks County Community College, Zlock Performing Arts Center
275 Swamp Road

Emporium (Cameron County)
Thursday, May 16, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Cameron County Junior-Senior High School auditorium
601 Woodland Avenue


Anonymous said...

100% I support HB50. Or you can keep watching our kids get hooked on painkillers. In every state that has legalized recreational, teen use has dropped 30% (because it's not cool anymore because it's legal) and they collect massive amounts of tax revenue for the state. And where does most of that money go to? Schools, school programs, drug prevention and rehab, infrastructure and roads. PA is already behind the curve on this. Considering we have some of the richest soil in the northeast, we are absolute fools to let this archaic taboo of marijuana being a "gateway drug" and get with the times. The only thing holding us back is ignorance, gullibility, and big pharma doing everything in their power to keep collecting money hand over fist so they can shove some new synthetic drug into your body that "might" help one problem but comes with 25 side effects including death. Wake up. If the government really thought it has no "medicinal value", then why does the government produce it's own synthetic version of THC? Ever heard of Marinol? Yea. Hypocrisy at it's best. This is ridiculous. Legalize it. Let people grow their own natural medicine and move on to the real problems ravaging this area. Perhaps the meth, crack, heroin, oxycontin, and fentanyl.

Anonymous said...

No worries, not only will the commonwealth make money on taxing these get high goons, driving while impaired incidents will be on the rise and more arrests will be made. The commonwealth wins either way. The get high goons lose again. LOL!


Anonymous said...

Why is it called dope..................

Anonymous said...

Whether you like it or not, America is a democracy, and that means that the majority sets policy. Poll after poll shows that as high as 61% of American adults want recreational adult use marijuana, and as a democracy, it should therefore be legal. This is how democracy works. Alcohol is legal, yet many people still drink and drive, this is not a substance problem, it is a people problem. Some people are just pig headed about following the rules, and won't follow any new ones either. This is happening, because we are a democracy, not in spite of it. Be proud that our system works.

Unknown said...

Mouse your a damn moron the name says it all rodent