5 States Likely to Legalize Psychedelics

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As psychedelics continue to gain mainstream acceptance, these 5 states have started the process to legalize psychedelics

Colorado to Legalize Psychedelics?

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A Colorado initiative gives voters the power to legalize psychedelics and psilocybin therapy this November.
Magic Mushroom Rabbi Faces Jail Time as He Fights for Religious Freedom

“Magic Mushroom Rabbi” Faces Jail Time as He Fights for Religious Freedom

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Ben Gorelick, the “Magic Mushroom Rabbi”, faces prison time as he fights for the right to use magic mushrooms in religious ceremony.
British Columbia to Decriminalize Possession of All Drugs

British Columbia to Decriminalize Possession of Most Drugs

Those caught with under 2.5 grams of illicit drugs, including heroin and fentanyl, will not face jail time when the regulations go into effect.
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Psychedelic Medicine Has Institutional Buy-In & 4 More Catalyst Summit Takeaways

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After leaving the Catalyst Summit, I am more confident than ever in the governmental and regulatory pathways for legal psychedelic medicine.

Oregon Adopts First Set of Rules for Legal Psilocybin

Oregon Health Authority did not budge on three rules that the public took issue with.
Senator’s Wife Secretly Gave him Psilocybin to Help his Depression

Senator’s Wife Secretly Gave Him Psilocybin to Alleviate Depression

Senator Larry Campbell, who struggles with depression, PTSD, and “getting old," reveals that psilocybin microdoses helped improve his mood.
Inside Illinois' First Psychedelics Bill: How Advocates Are Breaking the TabooShutterstock

Inside Illinois’ First Psychedelics Bill: How Advocates Are Breaking the Taboo

Psychedelic advocates are preparing to present Illinois' first-ever policy reform bill, but before they do, they need public support.
Psychedelics Movement Marches Forward in These 4 US StatesShutterstock

Psychedelics Movement Marches Forward in These 4 US States

Another Michigan city decriminalizes psychedelic plants and fungi, while Maryland passes a bill to provide military veterans with cost-free access to healing medicines like ketamine, psilocybin, and MDMA.

Oregon Psilocybin Rules ‘May Have a Negative Impact on Lower Income Individuals’

The State acknowledges proposed psilocybin services rules will incur costs that "could ultimately be passed onto clients."