Oregon is voting on [adult-use] psilocybin, again
This time it’s local: Two-thirds of Oregon counties will decide whether to allow or ban… psilocybin.
The state’s psilocybin opt-out policy is consistent with most states’ cannabis legalization laws: Residents can vote to ban sales, but not re-criminalize possession… opt-out votes can have unintended consequences… localities that prohibit state-regulated cannabis retail stores tend to protect and encourage their local illicit marijuana market. Whether such correlations will hold true with psilocybin, however, remains to be seen… rules include… all psilocybin must be cultivated within Oregon. Service centers may not give it away for free.
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Oregon is voting on medical psilocybin, again
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