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Psychedelics Reform Developments In Even More States, From Utah To New Hampshire

The psychedelics reform movement is seeing even more psychedelics reform developments, with bill introductions and votes in another set of states as lawmakers across the country continue to advance the issue.

The latest iterations are coming out of Iowa, Missouri, New Hampshire and Utah.

2023 sessions have proved exceptionally active for psychedelics policy reform, with legislatures across the country considering a wide range of proposals amid growing interest in the therapeutic potential of entheogenic substances like psilocybin and ending the practice of criminalizing people over natural plants and fungi.

Here’s an overview of the latest state-level psychedelics developments: 


Rep. Jeff Shipley (R) is reviving a bill to remove psilocybin and psilocyn from the state’s list of controlled substances, effectively legalizing the psychedelics.

In 2021, the lawmaker brought an identical measure before a legislative committee. It didn’t advance, but the bill helped set the tone for what’s become an expanding national conversation about ending psychedelics criminalization.

Shipley told Marijuana Moment that he’s “hoping to schedule a subcommittee for the bill later this month.”

The legislator first filed a bill to get the policy change enacted in 2019, and then pursued the idea again the next year as an amendment to

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