Oregon Overcomes Bureaucratic Delays to Therapist Training Program Approvals

From some counties pushing back on access to psilocybin therapy to last minute obstacles to facilitator training programs, Oregon is successfully navigating a bumpy road towards legalized psilocybin.

What’s Next for Legal Psilocybin in Oregon

As Oregon heads towards the first legal psilocybin system in the country, activists and educators come together to discuss the program ahead of next week’s Horizons Northwest conference.

In the Wake of Decrim, Police Continue to Target Psychedelics 

The recent arrest of psychedelic activist Aaron Genuth for possession brings to light the legal risks that still surround psychedelics, despite policy advancements.

As Plant-Medicine Churches Grow, Legal Questions Linger

Plant-medicine churches want to use the Religious Freedom Restoration Act as a shield against arrest or prosecution, but only three have established this legal right in thirty years.

Psychedelic Decrim Language Removed From California Bill SB 519

The California bill has been limited to a public health study, with a proposed working group focusing on harm reduction and regulatory systems.

Lead Plaintiff in Canadian Right To Try Lawsuit Shares His Psilocybin Story

Thomas Hartle says psilocybin profoundly alleviated his end-of-life anxiety following his terminal diagnosis, and wants to make sure others like him have access to this medicine before it’s too late.

Advocates Push for California Psychedelic Decrim Bill to Reach Crucial Vote

A California bill that would decriminalize psychedelic substances will receive a hearing in the State Assembly as advocates gather support from lawmakers before an August legislative deadline.

Connecticut Cites FDA Program to Launch Psychedelic Therapy Pilot

The innovative legislation uses the FDA’s Expanded Access Program to provide psychedelic-assisted therapy to vets, frontline workers and first-responders.

Protests at DEA for Medical Psilocybin Lead to Arrests

David Bronner was among the activists arrested at DEA Headquarters advocating for “Right To Try” access to psilocybin for terminally ill patients.

Oregon Issues Draft of Magic Mushroom Cultivation Rules

The proposal prohibits synthetic psilocybin and echoes state food preparation and legalized cannabis guidelines.