Lancaster, York, Huntingdon, and Butler Counties, PA listening tour stops added

Mar 13, 2019

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Lt. governor's marijuana legalization listening tour will visit York, Huntingdon, Slippery Rock, and New Bloomfield in the coming week.

Over the next week, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman will be hearing constituents' views on marijuana legalization in Lancaster, York, Huntingdon, Butler, and Perry Counties. If you live in any of those counties, try to stop by to make your voice heard.

Here are upcoming stops:

Lancaster (Lancaster County)
Monday, March 18, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Millersville University, The Ware Center
42 N. Prince Street

York (York County)
Tuesday, March 19, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
York College of Pennsylvania, DeMeester Recital Hall
441 Country Club Road

Huntingdon (Huntingdon County)
Wednesday, March 20, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Juniata College Brumbaugh Academic Center, Alumni Hall
1700 Moore Street

Slippery Rock (Butler County)
Thursday, March 21, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Slippery Rock University, McKay Education Building Auditorium
1 Morrow Way

New Bloomfield (Perry County)
Monday, March 25, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
New Bloomfield VFW
71 Soule Road

Consider arriving early: In some cases, crowds have been standing-room only.

When deciding what you'd like to say, feel free to draw from our document on the Top 10 reasons to end marijuana prohibition or other materials. You may want to consider making a pitch for an inclusive, diverse industry, for allowing home cultivation, and for expunging past convictions.

Even if you're not up for speaking in public, you can still make your voice heard. Fetterman has been asking for a show of hands for supporters and opponents, and the governor's office is soliciting feedback on the issue online.

This is a great opportunity to build momentum for commonsense, humane marijuana laws. Don't miss your chance to let your elected officials know it's time to stop branding Pennsylvanians criminals for a substance that's safer than alcohol. And please spread the word to help grow the chorus for reform.