California Assembly Committee Advances Bill to Legalize Psychedelics, Nearing Final Approval




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Psychedelics Reform: California’s Progress

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IntroductionPsychedelics-Assisted Therapy for VeteransMomentum Behind Psychedelics ReformRecent Developments in Other StatesExpanding California’s Marijuana MarketBerkeley’s Proposal to Decriminalize Psychedelics

Introduction

California is witnessing significant progress in psychedelics reform, with legislation proposed by Wiener aiming to legalize their use. Governor Gavin Newsom’s stance on the remains unclear.

Psychedelics-Assisted Therapy for Veterans

Assemblymember Marie Waldron introduced a bill to legalize psychedelics-assisted therapy for military veterans, enabling treatment for conditions such as PTSD, traumatic brain injury, and addiction. This bill emphasizes a minimum of 30 sessions with licensed clinical counselors.

Momentum Behind Psychedelics Reform

are optimistic about the progress of Wiener’s legalization bill, as nationwide work to address psychedelics reform. Nevada, , Colorado, North Carolina, and Washington have recently taken significant steps in this regard.

Recent Developments in Other States

States like Nevada, Minnesota, Colorado, North Carolina, and Washington have signed or created initiatives related to psychedelics research, therapeutic access, and decriminalization.

Expanding California’s Marijuana Market

Efforts to expand California’s marijuana include the approval of marijuana cafes, grants to support local cannabis business licensing programs, and research grants awarded to academic institutions for cannabis studies.

Berkeley’s Proposal to Decriminalize Psychedelics

The Berkeley City Council is scheduled to vote on a local to decriminalize certain psychedelics, which could have implications for broader reform efforts in California.

Malvin Felix
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