Voters to decide on psilocybin ban in November

The upcoming ballot was central to more than one issue at the July 18 City Council meeting, including a proposed city-wide ban on psilocybin manufacturing and psilocybin treatment centers.

Psilocybin, a.k.a. “magic mushrooms,” have been used in the U.S. as a medical treatment for depression and anxiety since 2020, when a study published in the Journal of American Psychiatry reported the chemical treatment producing . . .

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