Spirituality

New Hampshire Supreme Court upholds religious freedom to use psychedelic mushrooms

The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled last week [in the month of Dec. 2020] that a man convicted of possession of psilocybin mushrooms was wrongfully tried because his use of the psychedelic was part of his religious practices.

Unlike the First Amendment freedom of religious belief under the U.S. Constitution, New Hampshire’s Constitution explicitly protects actual religious practices so long as they don’t “disturb the peace.” That was a question before the justices: did Mack’s personal consumption of psilocybin mushrooms constitute an unlawful disturbance? The court determined that it did not. It cited Part 1, Article 5 of the state Constitution, which maintains that each person has a “natural and unalienable right to worship God” based on their own conscience and that the individual “shall not be hurt, molested or restrained” in their religious practices “provided he doth not disturb the public peace or disturb others in their religious worship.”

Original Article (Marijuana Moment):
New Hampshire Supreme Court upholds religious freedom to use psychedelic mushrooms
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