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Oregonians… interested in taking psilocybin… for well-being

The findings have repercussions… [for example, initiative #12 originally stated, Section. 36. Unlawful manufacture of psilocybin… (2)(a) A person who violates this section by manufacturing less that 50 grams of dry psilocybin-producing fungi, less than 500 grams of wet psilocybin-producing fungi or less than 10 user units of a mixture or substance containing psilocybin is guilty of (A) Class B violation; A Class B violation for the first violation. A Class B violation, such as exceeding the speed limit between 21 and 30 mph or failing to obey a traffic signal, maxes out at $1,000, can be dropped to $130 and has a presumptive fine of $260.]

…Thomas Eckert filed an earlier version of this initiative, #12, on September 4, 2018. Version #12 was cleared for circulation on December 6, 2018… [collected signatures and] abandoned version #12 [validated by Oregon Assistant AG Colm Moore] to pursue the revised version #34 [with David Kopliak] . Oregon voters approved the creation of a system for some legal use of psilocybin in 2020… [M109] [Zave Forster from Decriminalize Nature Portland: “We are concerned about the implications of an elite group of beneficiaries putting a free medicine that grows naturally out of the ground behind a paywall.”] [Decriminalize Nature Portland stated… “is now worse for every single Oregonian from the standpoint of civil liberties and cognitive liberty. It is no longer a combined decriminalization/therapy effort that would have created the freedom for each free-thinking person to decide how to pursue this natural medicine in relation to their health…”]

Original Article (JPR & Ballotpedia & Public Domain):
Oregonians are more interested in taking psilocybin for well-being than depression or anxiety & Oregon measure 109, psilocybin mushroom services program initiative (2020)
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