Biography/Memoir

Decrim activists [at the local level] mark first anniversary of Denver’s historic psilocybin mushroom vote

The success of the campaign “just shocked people,” [Kevin Matthews of IP-301 which allows individuals to cultivate psilocybin-containing mushrooms at home for personal use] said… through a combination of education, outreach and innovation – as well as the open-mindedness of the local electorate – the campaign prevailed. More remarkable than the policy change in Denver, however, is the [decriminalize nature] national grassroots movement it has inspired in the year since the historic vote.

[He continued], “I think it really showed that you have a committed, passionate group of people who are brave enough to step into this space and really put their blood, sweat and tears, energy and, in some ways, livelihoods on the line to progress something. We were another example of that, right?” …through a combination of education, outreach and innovation – as well as the open-mindedness of the local electorate – the campaign prevailed. More remarkable than the policy change in Denver, however, is the national grassroots movement it has inspired in the year since the historic vote.

Original Article (Marijuana Moment):
Psychedelics decrim activists mark first anniversary of denver’s historic psilocybin mushroom vote
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