Mushrooms and other psychedelics gain foothold…
Fourteen cities nationwide have passed similar legislation allowing people to cultivate, use and distribute the psychedelics… there are no documented cases of fatalities as a result of overdosing on psilocybin mushrooms or entheogenic plants, according to the American Addiction Centers.
Council member Luke Londo said the measure’s passage makes the investigation and arrest of adults growing, transporting or using these substances the lowest policing priority. Hazel Park City Council member Luke Londo, who has used mushrooms… said he anticipated the effort to decriminalize psychedelics would be controversial, but “everybody was on board.” “I was under the impression this was a controversial, divisive issue but I was wrong,” Londo said. “Everybody I talked to – business owners, stakeholders, residents – everybody was on board.” … Hazel Park City Manager Ed Klobuchar… said no one in his jurisdiction is interested in taking law enforcement action against residents using entheogenic substances for anxiety, depression or other ailments or for spiritual practices.
Original Article (Bridge Michigan):
Mushrooms and other psychedelics gain foothold in Michigan. What to know.
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