Proposition 122, which passed by an extremely thin margin, would allow healing centers where people could consume psilocybin mushrooms
Proposition 122, which would allow healing centers where people could consume psilocybin mushrooms, was split 51% to 49%
Despite poor ballot language for Colorado’s Prop. 122, science and historical context provide enough evidence to pursue therapeutic psilocybin
Take a look at the fine print in — and the money behind — Proposition 122.
The measure would allow for the creation of natural medicine healing centers where people could use psychedelic mushrooms. There are some unexpected critics.
Regulated use of plant-derived psychedelics has promise for treating difficult mental health conditions
Wine in Grocery Stores raised most of the cash, at roughly $7.5 million