Denver Ballot Allows Residents to Vote On Decriminilizing Psilocybin

The Washington Post reports

The movement to “Decriminalize Denver” is the nation’s first public referendum on “magic mushrooms,” after an effort in California failed to reach the ballot last year. Initiative 301 would apply only to Denver, not the entire state of Colorado. It would place into city code the directive that enforcing laws for personal use or possession of psilocybin mushrooms “shall be the lowest law enforcement priority in the City and County of Denver,” though having the mushrooms would still technically be illegal. The mushrooms would not be available in the city’s cannabis dispensaries, and sales would still be classified as a felony.

They would remain classified a Schedule I drug under federal law, as is marijuana, with “no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.”

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/crime-law/2019/05/06/legal-marijuana-booms-denver-votes-decriminalizing-hallucinogenic-mushrooms/?utm_term=.54acf2e66ae7

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