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‘Magic’ mushroom delivery service advertising in Ann Arbor raises legal questions, officials say

Arbor Shrooms maintains it’s not a business… Washtenaw County Prosecutor Eli Savit has also taken measures to decriminalize mushrooms. He announced in January [2021] that his office would not charge anyone for the use, possession or small-scale distribution of entheogenic plants, including magic mushrooms. The policy focuses on prosecuting larger scale distribution.

“We have a legal team and believe we’re operating within the bounds of the current law,” the statement reads. “We are trying to make it clear that we’re not an operator at all; we are a service to connect the existing psychedelic community with patients in need who don’t have transportation and are in need of delivery and aren’t in a position to grow their own medicine. Arbor Shrooms is not a corporation, it’s a community, where patients can connect with mycologists, the farmers and custodians of these sacred medicines. Patients can gain direct and safe access to now decriminalized medicine in the time of a global pandemic and an unprecedented mental health crisis facing our community.”

Original Article (Michigan Live):
‘Magic’ mushroom delivery service advertising in Ann Arbor raises legal questions, officials say
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