DENVER (KDVR) — The secretary of state’s office recently announced an initiative looking to remove criminal penalties for having magic mushrooms in Colorado has officially made it onto the November ballot. But there is another measure concerning the drug that’s still fighting for a spot, hoping to fill in gaps that supporters feel are missing from the measure with the secured spot.
Melanie Rose Rodgers is a co-proponent of Initiative 61. The initiative, which is not on the November ballot yet, would decriminalize the possession, cultivation, giving away and sharing of entheogenic plants and fungi.
“We believe no one should go to jail for possession of these substances. Right now in this moment of time, we are for decriminalization as the foundation of what’s…
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