By Matt Agorist
Less than six years ago, Colorado citizens—tired of the war on drugs and wise to the near-limitless benefits of cannabis—made US history by voting to legalize recreational marijuana. Now, this state could once again place themselves on the right side of history as they begin pushing for the legalization of magic mushrooms.
Paving the way for legalization is a group called Denver for Psilocybin and they may soon have the go-ahead to get mushroom legalization on the ballot.
As the Denver Channel reports:
Gathering at the steps of the Denver City and County building on Wednesday, the group — chanting at times, “free the spores!” — met with city leaders about their push to decriminalize psilocybin, also known as magic mushrooms.
Decriminalization would mean reducing the penalty for possession of psilocybin mushrooms. Colorado decriminalized marijuana long before the drug became legal for medicinal or recreational use.
Tyler Williams, one of the leaders ofThis post was originally published on this site