Psychedelic mushrooms… on the Colorado ballot in November…
“Decriminalization isn’t a popular thing for companies and corporations and venture capital,” Rodgers said. “Decriminalization is for the people.”
[Colorado] Initiative 61 would halt legal penalties for the possession, use, growth, gifting or delivery of these substances for people over 21. It goes further than Denver’s decriminalization initiative, which deprioritized criminal penalties for psilocybin possession and personal use. “If Colorado has some of the worst mental health care in the nation then that is the last system we should be pumping these medicines into,” Foerster said. “My primary goal is to protect the presently occurring access that we know is happening, rather than to create a new framework at this point in history.”
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Psychedelic mushrooms will be on the Colorado ballot in November – maybe more than once
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