…the covered activities include…
The covered activities include “growing, cultivating, or processing plants or fungi capable of producing natural medicine for personal use.” The initiative also eliminates civil and criminal penalties for possessing, storing, using, transporting, or obtaining the listed psychedelics or distributing them to adults 21 or older “without remuneration.”
All of the psychedelics covered by Proposition 122 are currently classified as Schedule I controlled substances under state law. Possession of four grams or less for personal use is misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail, while possession of larger amounts is a felony, as is manufacture or distribution. Manufacturing or distributing 14 grams or less, for example, is a Level 3 drug felony, punishable by a fine of $2,000 to $500,000 and two to four years in prison.
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Colorado voters approve decriminalization of 5 natural psychedelics
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