Read this before tonight’s “Weed Tour” stop in Newtown

The Push to Legalize Marijuana is Coming to Bucks County

Lt. Governor John Fetterman is coming to Newtown tonight (Wednesday, May 15th), driven by his desire to go “full-on Colorado in Pennsylvania” with the legalization and commercialization of marijuana. For his “Listening” Tour stop in your area, I encourage you to attend and to voice your concern.

 

For the past thirty years, Pennsylvania Family Institute has been watching your State Capitol with the mission of strengthening families. The threat of “full-on” marijuana legalization is a direct assault on the family and we absolutely must get involved and speak out against it.

Here are the details:

Wednesday, May 15th
Bucks County Community College, Zlock Performing Arts Center
275 Swamp Road, Newtown, PA 18940
6:00pm to 7:30pm (Doors open at 5:30pm)

Whether you can make this tour stop or not, please also make sure you submit comments online as well. Over 30,000 messages since January have already been sent to Governor Tom Wolf. To submit online, go to governor.pa.gov/recreational-marijuana-feedback.

Make sure to let your State Senator and State Representative know of your concerns with going “full-on Colorado” with the commercialization of marijuana in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Family Institute is teaming up with groups like Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM), who have become the nation’s leading organization dedicated to pushing back against the full-on legalization of marijuana. We want to work together with you to help educate and inform others on this growing threat and to provide resources for your comments at this “Listening” Weed Tour event.

Resources are readily available.
SAM has created a website for Pennsylvania – sampennsylvania.org – to help highlights the social costs and other negative impacts of marijuana legalization. There are various resources available, including talking points, facts and in-depth reports. Please make use of these.

We also have several one-page documents and videos available at pafamily.org/marijuana.

If you have any questions, please reach out to us. As always, we want to be a helpful resource to you. And thank you for doing your part in supporting these efforts and speaking out for the benefit of our community.

We should all want a healthy and productive Pennsylvania and that does not include the full-on commercialization of marijuana.

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