Fetterman marijuana listening tour stop planned for Lebanon in late April

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Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s marijuana listening tour is tentatively scheduled to visit Lebanon County around the end of April, according to a spokesperson.

Fetterman will be visiting all 67 counties in Pennsylvania to help him and Governor Tom Wolf gather feedback on the potential legalization of recreational marijuana.

A confirmed date will be released about two weeks in advance. Once details are finalized, the listening tour stop will be posted as an event to the Facebook page. Residents may also share feedback online.

Tour stops are currently scheduled for Cumberland County, Erie County, Greene County, Warren County, and Washington County.

The tour kicked off this week in Dauphin County, where Penn Live says there was a strong showing in support of legal pot.

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