…psilocybin bill protecting patients from prosecution and promoting research
The House Alcohol, Tobacco and Controlled Substances Committee…
…people who face prosecution over psilocybin possession would be afforded an affirmative defense if they can “demonstrate by clear and convincing evidence” that they have a medical condition that falls under the list of study subjects like PTSD or chronic pain. Oklahoma lawmakers have approved bill in committee to promote research into the therapeutic potential of psilocybin while providing legal protections against prosecution for people with eligible conditions who possess the psychedelic.
Original Article (Marijuana Moment):
Oklahoma house committee approves psilocybin bill protecting patients from prosecution and promoting research
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