Massachusetts Lawmakers File Legislation To Decriminalize Psychedelic Mushrooms

The Senate bill is titled “An Act relative to plant medicine”

First it was marijuana decriminalization. Could psychedelic mushrooms and other plants be next in Massachusetts?

Two bills have been filed at the State House to end arrests for psilocybin mushrooms, ayahuasca, mescaline and ibogaine in the Bay State. This push for decriminalization at the state level comes after some cities, including Somerville and Cambridge, voted to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms and other entheogenic plants.

“Mushrooms are life changing,” James Davis, one of the lead organizers and founders of Bay Staters for Natural Medicine, said in a statement. “From depression to addiction to painful cluster headaches, they are a tool that people should use in a caring community.

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