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Port Townsend votes to decriminalize psychedelics

City leaders in Port Townsend, Washington voted [on Dec. 20, 2021] to decriminalize entheogenic plants and fungi, joining a growing list of communities that have relaxed their policies…

“After two and a half years working on this issue, we are extremely excited that the City of Port Townsend has passed a resolution supporting the decriminalization of entheogens… We received only support in the passing of this resolution and are grateful for the vibrant community that has congealed around this work… Now, we can focus more of our energy on the other facets… which include increasing accessibility to these medicines, providing educational workshops and trainings, developing support structures… and strengthening community connections,” wrote Erin Reading of Port Townsend Psychedelic Society…

Original Article (Forbes):
Port Townsend votes to decriminalize psychedelics
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