Via Marijuana Moment
Vermont lawmakers introduced four major drug reform proposals this month: Two of the bills would decriminalize simple possession of all drugs and expand harm reduction services, another would remove criminal penalties for using or selling psilocybin and a fourth would decriminalize certain psychedelic plants and fungi.
Even if the bills win legislative approval, however, they face an obstacle in Gov. Phil Scott (R), who last year vetoed a pair of bills containing more restrained drug policy reforms.
H. 423 would take significant steps toward building a better system of care for Vermonters who may need services to address substance use disorder, and better protect our neighbors from accidental overdose.
Learn more about the bill here: https://t.co/XUXdxAiWrd
— Decriminalize Vermont (@DecrimVermont) February 28, 2023
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