It would allow adults, age 21 and older, to visit official service centers on the recommendation of a medical professional
Nick Gillespie speaks with Viceland's Hamilton Morris about why he's so interested in drugs.
The Oakland City Council unanimously approved a city ordinance decriminalizing "entheogenic plants."
Decriminalize Denver campaign director Kevin Matthews speaks about his winning strategy and the new frontier of drug policy.
Psychonautical Journalist Michael Pollan Says the FDA, Not Voters, Should Decide Who Gets to Use Psilocybin
The approach Pollan prefers will not get us to the destination he says he wants to reach.
The case against prohibition cannot depend on persuading people that certain substances are benign and beneficial.
UPDATED: What Does the Failure [or Success!] of Denver's Psilocybin Initiative Mean for the Future of Pharmacological Freedom?
Majority support for legalizing marijuana does not mean most Americans believe people have a right to control what they put into their bodies.
"Whether you're using this plant for a medical reason, or a spiritual reason, or a recreational reason, you should not be going to jail or losing your children for it."
Sarah Rose Siskind's monthly show Drug Test is creating a world of educated psychonauts one trip at a time.
Reason's livestream with the founder of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), Rick Doblin.
Tao Lin's Trip details how the author's experience with LSD, DMT, psilocybin, and more blew his mind while making him more human.
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.
The designation could be a prelude to approving the forbidden psychedelic drug as a medicine.
How patients feel on psilocybin has a huge impact on how they feel weeks and possibly months later.
Maybe people who are inclined to try psychedelics are less antisocial to begin with.
A half century after the psychedelic movement came to a screeching halt, MDMA scientists are making the most of a second chance.
Plodding prohibitionists try once again to ban drugs that do not exist yet.
George Burke says taking tiny hits of acid has changed his work, and his life, for the better.
A single dose of the banned psychedelic led to large and lasting psychological improvements.