Ann Arbor lawmakers vote to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms

Lawmakers in Ann Arbor, Mich., voted unanimously Monday to decriminalize psychedelic plants and fungi.

The city council voted in favor of a resolution that makes investigating or arresting anyone in the purchase, seizure, growing, cultivation or distribution of entheogenic plants or plant compounds the lowest priority of local law enforcement, AnnArbor.com reported.

The move effectively decriminalizes substances with hallucinogenic properties deemed illegal under state and federal law, including ...

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Ann Arbor council to vote on decriminalizing psychedelic mushrooms, plants

ANN ARBOR, MI — Two Ann Arbor City Council members are hoping to convince their colleagues to decriminalize magic mushrooms and other psychedelic drugs.

On council’s agenda for Monday, Sept. 21, is a resolution sponsored by Council Members Anne Bannister and Jeff Hayner, both 1st Ward Democrats.

If approved, it would declare the investigation and arrest of people for using, growing, possessing, transporting and distributing ...

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