Magic Mushroom Bill in California has a “50/50” Chance of Passing

California Senator Scott Wiener (D) has a handful of large-scale plans for drug law reform in 2022—and the hilariously-named Senator of California tells a famous cannabis multimedia news source that he believes there’s a “50/50” possibility that his measure to legalize psychedelics (magic mushrooms, psilocybin, etc.) ownership will get to the governor’s tabletop. The SenatorContinue reading “Magic Mushroom Bill in California has a “50/50” Chance of Passing”

Port Townsend, Washington to Decriminalize Magic Mushrooms

Another city has joined the fight to decriminalize psychedelics like magic mushrooms, with legislators in Port Townsend, Washington approving a ‘shroom reform resolution yesterday evening. The measure, built with input from a partnership of magic mushroom and LSD activists, makes it law that enforcement of ordinances against entheogenic compounds such as magic mushrooms, hallucinogenic nativeContinue reading “Port Townsend, Washington to Decriminalize Magic Mushrooms”

Virginia Prepares to Legalize Magic Mushrooms

As Virginia cannabis advocates prepare a push to decriminalize a wide selection of psychedelics (magic mushrooms) in the Commonwealth, two state legislators are lauding the therapeutic benefits of entheogenic substances like magic mushrooms. At an online event organized by the magic mushroom reform group Decriminalize Nature Virginia, Senator Ghazala Hashmi (D-VA) and Delegate Dawn AdamsContinue reading “Virginia Prepares to Legalize Magic Mushrooms”

Denver Likely to Expand Magic Mushroom Laws

A couple of years ago, Denver Co. became the first city to legalize magic mushrooms. Today, Denver City Council considers expanding the laws that govern psilocybin mushrooms in Denver. Denver’s Finance and Governance Committee probed into the matter at a review held last week. With constituents of the Denver Psilocybin Mushroom Policy Review Panel exhibitingContinue reading “Denver Likely to Expand Magic Mushroom Laws”