Ann Arbor Votes To Decriminalize Entheogenic Plants and Fungi
The city of Ann Arbor in Michigan voted in favor of the decriminalization of natural psychedelics, including Psilocybe Mushrooms, Ayahuasca, the Peyote Cacti and the Iboga Plant, among others.
The resolution does not legalize the possession, production or commercialization of these substances, but makes planting, cultivating, purchasing, distributing and engaging in practices with entheogenic plants a lowest law enforcement priority.
The City Council stated that the use of entheogenic plants can catalyze profound experiences of personal and spiritual growth and have been shown by clinical studies and traditional practices to be beneficial to the health and well-being of individuals and communities.
The resolution clarifies that commercial sales or manufacturing of these plants and fungi, along with possessing or distributing these materials in schools and driving under their influence, is still punishable by law.
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