The Indiana Governor candidates faced off tonight for the final time before Election Day. Republican Mike Pence, Democrat John Gregg, and Libertarian Rupert Boneham met for their third debate in Fort Wayne. Several topics were discussed from jobs in the auto industry to teaching Creationism in schools. One issue all three candidates disagreed on is the legalization of medical marijuana.
"I'm a cancer suvivor," said Gregg. "I didn't use anything like that, but i know some people had all kinds of pains. I think at least I'd want to listen to them. Not inclined to do it, but I'd want to show them respect and listen to it."
"We need to get more serious about confronting the scurrage of drugs," said Pence, "especially meth in Indiana. But decriminalizing is not the right path in my honest opinion."
"We don't want to be toting just to the chemical companies," said Boneham, "because they cannot produce that plant. Let our people that want medical marijuana be able to have that."
Currently 19 states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical marijuana.