Source: FOX 6 Milwaukee
"I think there is broad consensus in our caucus that we would oppose any steps toward recreational marijuana," said Rep. Adam Neylon (R-Pewaukee).
While the governor's plan would spend the $165 million in anticipated tax revenue on community reinvestment, equity grants and rural school districts, Rep. Neylon said this isn't a business topic. Instead, he's focused on public health.
"I think we should be looking at how does this affect public safety?" he said. "How does it affect the safety of people driving? How does it affect long-term health and wellness of our population?"