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Will mushrooms go the way of cannabis…

…a longtime cannabis activist from the Bay Area, said soon after she started micro-dosing psilocybin earlier this year, police raided the Oakland “church” where she was getting her mushrooms… some of the most promising research suggests psilocybin might be of use to address various forms of depression.

She was devastated, since she was experiencing relief from severe depression and a longtime tobacco addiction. The church soon reopened, but [she] said the incident drove home for her the importance of making sure psilocybin is readily accessible. Denver was the first city to tell its cops to deprioritize psilocybin crimes with a ballot measure in May 2019. Oakland, Santa Cruz and Ann Arbor, Mich. followed suit through city council votes, with Washington, D.C. voting to join the ranks Nov. 3.

Original Article (Daily Democrat):
Will mushrooms go the way of cannabis? Legalization efforts are growing
Artwork Fair Use: G. Petri, P., et. al

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