…reverse some ‘war on drugs’ impacts
…efforts for psychedelics also comes after many states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana… reform at the federal level has stalled.
Michigan Sen. Jeff Irwin emphasized that the legislation will rid people of the ugly choice of having to choose between prioritizing their health and safety or following the law… Myc Williams, spokesperson for Decriminalize Nature Ann Arbor, said the use of psychedelics goes beyond just having medicinal value, but can also change an individual’s everyday life. He also highlighted that the use of psychedelics has been used in cultural and spiritual practices for centuries, “Whether it be appreciation for the little things in life, family, and nature. And so this isn’t strictly a medical thing, this isn’t strictly a spiritual thing, but this is for the well-being of every individual and larger communities across the state.”
Original Article (Michigan Advance):
Dem introduces bill decriminalizing psychedelics, hopes to reverse some ‘war on drugs’ impacts
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