PUEBLO, Colo. -- - Governor John Hickenlooper says he plans on taking information he heard in southern Colorado on Tuesday night back to the capitol.
At a town hall meeting in Pueblo, the governor heard from the public about some of the main concerns facing their community.
It was a full house at the Union Depot in Pueblo.
The governor said his goal is to figure out the main issues facing local communities, not just in the Capitol.
Several topics were discussed like recreational marijuana, gun regulations, and job prospects.
Overall, people say they were happy with what was discussed.
The governor says he is not done he plans to keep having forums like this throughout the state in the future.