Oregon… offer psychedelics outside the health care system
“There are a lot of concerns about organizations outside Oregon trying to influence the process here and to stifle real meaningful discussion by people in Oregon,” said Mason Marks [of Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics at Harvard Law School] (Cambridge, Massachusetts).
Once the regulations are clearly laid out, the company will be ready: “We’ll want to be aggressive in as many markets that allow us to be in,” said Todd Shapiro of Red Light (Toronto, Ontario), which is encouraging Oregon… legislation, said it has hired a lobbyist… Fluence (New York, USA)… will only enroll mental health professionals [in Oregon]… Field Trip (Toronto, Ontario)… [plans to open psilocybin clinics in Oregon…(Oregon Measure 109 donor) went public through a direct listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange after it completed a reverse takeover of oil and gas company Newton Energy Corporation.]
Original Article (Statnews):
‘It’s not medical’: Oregon wrestles with how to offer psychedelics outside the health care system
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