Unlike marijuana, legal psilocybin can only be consumed at state-regulated centers, which are still getting off the ground. Two businesses have filed initial paperwork to open centers in Salem.
Many Oregonians will have to vote again on psilocybin
On a recent Monday evening, as a heatwave broiled Philomath, elected officials debated what’s been a hot topic this summer throughout Oregon cities and counties: Should they opt out of Measure 109, the initiative legalizing limited use of the hallucinogen psilocybin, before it goes into effect next year? Measure 109, which[Read More…]
Marion County residents to vote on banning psilocybin facilities in November
Marion County residents will vote in November on whether to ban psilocybin manufacturing and service centers in unincorporated areas of the county. The Marion County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to adopt an ordinance that would refer to voters a measure banning the facilities. The measure will go before[Read More…]