MASSACHUSETTS LAWMAKERS FILE TWO BILLS TO DECRIMINALIZE PSILOCYBIN MUSHROOMS, DMT, IBOGAINE & MESCALINE

Psychedelic Spotlight reports

Bay Staters aged 18 and over might soon be able to grow, consume and share certain psychedelics like psilocybin mushrooms and ayahuasca without fear of arrest. So if Massachusettsans find themselves wishing that they could powder up some psychedelic fungi without fear of getting into trouble with the law… it may soon become reality!

Advocates have argued that this reform of drug policy would not only reduce criminal penalties for individuals, but also help to destigmatize conversations and research surrounding the potential medical uses of psychedelics.

At the State House, there are two bills currently in motion to end any arrests concerning these psychedelic plants within Massachusetts.

Representative Lindsay Sabadosa recently introduced House Bill HD.1450, otherwise known as “An Act relative to Plant Medicine,” while Senator Patricia Jehlen has proposed Senate Bill SD.949 which also bears the same name.

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Source:  https://psychedelicspotlight.com/massachusetts-lawmakers-file-two-bills-to-decriminalize-magic-mushrooms-ibogaine-mescaline-dmt/

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