Denver Just Voted To Decriminalize Psychedelic Mushrooms


Voters in Denver just decided to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms

Meaning, they are still illegal, just not a big deal for law enforcement

From the Denver Post

As written, I-301 directs police via ordinance to treat enforcement of laws against possession of psilocybin mushrooms as their lowest priority.

It’s similar to decriminalization measures approved by Denver voters for marijuana years before Colorado’s Amendment 64 won statewide approval.

“Our victory here is a clear signal to the rest of the country that we’re ready for a broader conversation around psilocybin and its potential benefits,” said Matthews, a 33-year-old stay-at-home dad.

Psychedelic mushrooms still would remain illegal to buy, sell or possess, with the latter crime a felony that carries a potential punishment of up to a year in prison and a fine. But initiative 301 backers hope to lower the risk users face of getting caught with mushrooms.

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