Lt. Gov. John Fetterman now has a Bradford County stop scheduled as part of a statewide listening tour to gather input about the possible legalization of recreational marijuana in the commonwealth.

Fetterman is scheduled to appear from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. on May 4 at Towanda High School.

The tour was announced in late January with a pledge to stop in all of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties to hear directly from residents about the issue, especially with the commonwealth’s legalization of medical marijuana in 2016 and more states now legalizing recreational marijuana. Fetterman began visiting counties in mid-February.

“We want to make sure all Pennsylvanians have a say,” Fetterman said in his initial announcement.

The stops are free and open to the public, and invitations have been extended to state and county representatives, according to Fetterman’s office.

Comments can also be remotely submitted through a submission form on Gov. Tom Wolf’s website and Fetterman’s official Facebook page.