…using magic mushrooms…
Mason Marks, the senior fellow and lead of the Project on Psychedelics Law and Regulation at Harvard Law School’s Petrie-Flom Center, told… in an interview… that psilocybin is clearly growing in popularity as various states and cities promote new laws to decriminalize and legalize the drug. “The pieces of legislation are growing, they’re being replicated pretty rapidly,” Marks said. “It does seem like there is a cultural change.”
While the military has zero tolerance for other Schedule I drugs such as ecstasy, heroin and methamphetamines, recruits in some service branches have received waivers for marijuana as it has grown in popularity. The Air Force anticipated only 50 cases annually when it announced a new pilot program last year  that would allow some applicants who tested positive for THC, the active compound in marijuana, a chance to retest and possibly enlist. But the Air Force Recruiting Service told… earlier this month that, within the first year of the program, the service encountered triple that number — granting 165 waivers after candidates retested and were shown to be free of THC.
Original Article (Military.com):
An Air Force academy cadet pleaded guilty to using magic mushrooms. Is DoD ready for the drug’s legal rise?
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