Michigan, USA, activists launch statewide campaign to decriminalize entheogenic plants, fungi
The current state-level draft legislation is going to be similar to Ann Arbor’s ordinance, and is likely to add comprehensive language aiming to eliminate penalties on personal possession. “The proposed draft bill is very similar to the Ann Arbor resolution. We’re looking to decriminalize entheogenic plants and fungi, things like mushrooms and mescaline containing cacti, iboga, ayahuasca, and we’re looking to add some language to the public health code,” Barron says.
While the activists are looking to collaborate with the Michigan lawmakers to introduce a ‘bipartisan language to decriminalize these plants and fungi statewide’, they have also filed as a Ballot Committee with the State of Michigan… Decriminalize Nature says in its press release. They also requested that Michigan voters reach out to their elected officials and support the initiative.
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Michigan activists launch statewide campaign to decriminalize entheogenic plants, fungi
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