November 5, 2021

Detroit Becomes the Second-Largest U.S. City To Urge Tolerance of Psychedelic Use

Detroit voters this week overwhelmingly approved a ballot initiative aimed at protecting people who consume "entheogenic plants" from arrest and prosecution.

Although the Detroit ballot initiative claims to "decriminalize" natural psychedelics "to the fullest extent permitted under Michigan law," it does not affect state penalties for possessing such drugs, which Michigan classifies as Schedule I substances. Even low-level possession (involving less than 25 grams) remains a felony, punishable by up to four years in prison and a $25,000 fine.


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