Psychedelics Reform Picks Up Steam With No Signs Of Slowing: Here’s What’s New In CA, HI, RI, AK & IN



Psychedelic Therapy Centers Could Be Coming To California Soon

A new bipartisan legislative push in California seeks to legalize psychedelic service centers that would provide those 21 and older with access to psilocybin, MDMA, mescaline and DMT. Trained facilitators would be present within these centers, ensuring a safe and controlled environment for users, reported Marijuana Moment.

The “Regulated Therapeutic Access to Psychedelics Act” from Sen. Scott Wiener (D) and assemblymember Marie Waldron (R) was filed on Tuesday. It addresses concerns raised by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), who vetoed a measure in October, that sought to decriminalize the possession and personal use of certain hallucinogens, including psychedelic mushrooms.

The new bill would not remove criminal penalties for possession of psychedelics outside a setting that includes therapeutic access to it.

Hawaii House Advances Psychedelic Therapy Reform

A new measure seeking similar policy reform advanced through two House committees on Tuesday. The bill from Rep. Della Au Belatti (D) would enable eligible patients to possess and use psychedelics under the guidance and supervision of a trained facilitator.

HB 2630 was approved by the members of the House …

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