Possessing And Cultivating Psychedelics Would Be Legalized In Michigan Under New Senate Bill

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Marijuana Moment reports… Michigan senators on Thursday introduced a bill to legalize the possession, cultivation and delivery of an array of plant- and fungus-derived psychedelics like psilocybin and mescaline. Decriminalization of entheogenic substances makes sense. There is medicinal value. These plants and fungi have religious significance. And these substances are relatively safe and not prone to abuse. Let's stop wasting time and money making more victims of the War on Drugs. https://t.co/uo5eB655AY — Jeff Irwin (@JeffMIrwin) September 3, 2021 The legislation, sponsored by Sens. Jeff Irwin (D) and Adam Hollier (D), would amend state statute to exempt people from criminal penalties for such activities so long as they are not “receiving money or other valuable consideration for the entheogenic plant or fungus.” As such, commercial production and sales would not be legalized under the measure. The legislation does clarify, however, that people can charge a “reasonable fee for counseling, spiritual guidance, or a related service that is provided in conjunction with the use of an entheogenic plant or fungus under the guidance and supervision of an individual providing the service.” Irwin said in a tweet that “decriminalization of entheogenic substances makes sense.” “There is medicinal value. These plants and fungi have religious significance. And these substances are relatively safe and not prone to abuse,” he said. “Let’s stop wasting time and money making more victims of the War on Drugs.” Read the full report at     Possessing And Cultivating Psychedelics Would Be Legalized In Michigan Under New Senate Bill

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