Maine Bill To Make Psilocybin A Medical Treatment Killed In The House, For Now

This week, the Maine approved a bill for adults over 21 to access medical psilocybin, but the House of Representatives killed it, Marijuana Moment reported.

Sen. Donna Bailey’s (D) bill would have allowed adults 21 and over, with a doctor’s recommendation, to access psilocybin, but did not specify qualifying conditions. The proposal would have also required regulators to create a “psilocybin service facilitator license”, and the Maine Psilocybin Advisory Board would have been established.

The passed the amended measure last Tuesday with a 20-13 vote, but the House did not go the same way, and the bill was killed for the session. However, Bailey …

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