Early data suggest no health or safety harms from Colorado psychedelics legalization

In Politics by Michael Rae

In Nov. 2022, Colorado voters passed Proposition 122, allowing for the legal possession of some plant-based psychedelics and tasking the state to create a framework for “healing centers” where psychedelics can be administered under the supervision of certified professionals. This was the first ballot measure of its kind in the United States, and it has the potential to open up a new field of research and therapeutic applications. 

Psychedelics have seen increasing interest in recent years due to their potential for therapeutic uses. The Food and Drug Administration has fast-tracked two psychedelic drugs, MDMA and psilocybin (the active ingredient in psychoactive

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