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How activists convinced a city to decriminalise magic mushrooms and ayahuasca – Hack

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What’s amazing about Oakland decriminalising magic mushrooms, ayahuasca, ibogaine and other hallucinogenic plants is not just that they did it, but the arguments used to convince lawmakers.

According to the motion passed unanimously by the city council earlier this month, going on a mushy trip or dropping aya “can re-establish human’s inalienable and direct relationship to nature.”

The plants can heal: “substance abuse, addiction, recidivism, trauma, post-traumatic stress symptoms, chronic depression, severe ...

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A solution for addiction is being held from us by the government

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Those of you have been listening to the show for any amount of time are probably very familiar with our friend NJ Weedman a.k.a. Ed Forchion. Ed is a staunch advocate of the legalization of marijuana and a brilliant guy who has made it his cause célèbre to tell the truth about marijuana especially as it pertains to our flawed justice system. Today, we were discussing free Narcan day a program in New ...

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Oakland and Denver Decriminalized Psychedelics: But Johnny Tabaie warns Americans to be responsible

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On Tuesday, May 28th, 2019, Oakland California City Council approved the decriminalization of peyote, magic mushrooms, ayahuasca, and ibogaine, all of them natural sources of psychedelics. A few weeks earlier, in the month of May, Denver Colorado had decriminalized these substances as well. These natural substances, which temporarily alter the state of consciousness, have been used medicinally and for religious purposes for thousands of years in the Americas and in Central Africa. ...

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Doug Greene marijuana cannabia activist

Veteran Empire State Marijuana Reform Activist Doug Greene Dead At 52 – Weed News

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By Phillip Smith

Longtime New York-based drug reform activist Doug Greene died Tuesday evening in a subway accident on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. He was only 52.

According to police and media reports, Greene and fellow activist Todd Hinden had attended a George Clinton concert in Central Park, then parted ways as Hinden hopped on his bicycle and Greene headed down into the subway, where he fell onto the tracks.

Police reported that ...

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