Group Gets One Step Closer to a Psychedelic Mushroom Ballot Measure

Posted on December 4, 2018

A group working on a ballot measure to make psychedelic mushrooms legal has take a step closer to getting it on the ballot. Oregon Public Broadcasting reports Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum has approved language for the ballot measure.

The measure would reduce criminal penalties for the manufacture, deliver and possession of psilocybin – the hallucinogen contained in psychedelic mushrooms.

O-P-B says the Oregon Psilocybin Society plans to start gathering signatures this month. They need 140,000 signatures to get the measure on the ballot in 2020.

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