In his annual end of the year interview, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb says he has no problem if lawmakers started the process of putting a plan in place to legalize marijuana.
The Governor has opposed outright legalization of marijuana, saying it is still illegal at the federal level.
However, he told Indy Politics Tuesday morning, that he has no problem with lawmakers putting a plan in place to deal with legal marijuana should it ever become legal at the federal level.
He also renewed his call for studying the impact of recreational marijuana as well.
You can hear the Governor in the Leon-Tailored Audio above. It runs for approximately 15 minutes.
He also discusses the latest with COVID-19 in Indiana, lawmakers efforts to limit employer vaccination mandates, federal COVID funding and our current political discourse.