John Fetterman in Scranton for marijuana listening tour

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman listens to comments from the public on legalizing recreational marijuana at Penn State Worthington Scranton campus in Dunmore on March 2. (Jason Farmer, The [Scranton] Times-Tribune)

Tonight, Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman stopped in Lancaster as part of his listening tour to gauge whether or not Pennsylvania residents are open to the idea of recreational marijuana legalization.

The session started at 6 p.m. and was held in Lancaster city at the Ware Center, 42 N Prince Street. 

Pennsylvania is among 33 states that have legalized medical marijuana. Only 10 have legalized recreational marijuana. Fetterman supports such a move, and Gov. Tom Wolf has sent him on a tour of the state to find out where citizens stand.

Lt. Gov. Fetterman to stop in Lancaster today to gather opinions on legalizing recreational marijuana
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