GOP Governors In Vermont And Alaska To Weigh In On Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Task Force Bills



House members recently approved the Senate measure, that seeks to set up an eight-person psychedelic-assisted therapy working group, with amendments. Vermont Senators gave the green light to the revised language of the bill on Friday, approving changes previously made in the state House of Representatives.

The bill, S.114, from Sen. Martine Larocque Gulick (D) was first passed in the Senate, before the amendments in the House would “review the latest research and evidence of the public health benefits and risks of clinical psychedelic-assisted treatments” and “examine the laws …

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