Half a century ago, Congress declared that there is no legitimate use for psilocybin. State and local governments are finally challenging that judgment.
The Decriminalize Nature D.C. initiative has gathered enough signatures to land on the ballot this November.
The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is making MDMA and other drugs medically legitimate and socially acceptable.
A ballot measure would create a regulatory framework for recreational sales.
Next week, the Berkeley city council will consider a measure to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms and other "entheogenic" substances.
It would allow adults, age 21 and older, to visit official service centers on the recommendation of a medical professional
The Oakland City Council unanimously approved a city ordinance decriminalizing "entheogenic plants."
The surprise results will embolden efforts by activists in other states to legalize psilocybin for medical and religious use.
A new frontier in rolling back drug prohibition
LSD, psilocybin, and other hallucinogenics are gaining new acceptance as serious medicine. But what if you want to do them just for fun, asks Jacob Sullum.