AS DENVER DECRIMINALIZES MUSHROOMS, MAJOR CITY MOVES TO DECRIMINALIZE AYAHUASCA, IBOGAINE TOO | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


AS DENVER DECRIMINALIZES MUSHROOMS, MAJOR CITY MOVES TO DECRIMINALIZE AYAHUASCA, IBOGAINE TOO

SOURCE: MATT AGORIST @ THE FREE THOUGHT PROJECT

(Support Free Thought) - Nearly seven years ago, Colorado citizens—tired of the war on drugs and wise to the near-limitless benefits of cannabis—made US history by voting to legalize recreational marijuana. Now, this state has once again placed themselves on the right side of history as they voted this month to decriminalize magic mushrooms. But this was just the beginning and their momentum is spreading—faster and stronger, toward decriminalizing all plant-based psychedelics.

Now, a major city in California is following suit, but not just with psilocybin—Oakland is calling for decriminalization of other psychedelics like mescaline cacti, ayahuasca and ibogaine.

To be clear, the recent measure does not mean that mushrooms are now legal in Denver, it simply means that cops can’t make it a priority to go after folks for them and it won’t land people in jail for possession.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A little horse-sense out of Denver these days; not necessarily a bad thing!

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