Illegal under state law. In Maine, psilocybin is categorized Schedule Z (least harmful). Possession is a Class E misdemeanor, punishable up to 6 months in jail and $500 fine.
LD1582: Maine Psilocybin Services ActOverview: The bill would allow adults 21 and older to legally purchase psilocybin products from retailers and consume them under supervision of a licensed “psilocybin service facilitators. It would issue licenses to businesses to legally produce and sell the drug. The state would tax psilocybin products at 15 percent of the retail sales price.
What you can do: Call your state legislators and tell them to move the bill forward
LD 967: An Act To Make Possession of Scheduled Drugs for Personal Use a Civil PenaltyOverview: The bill would broadly decriminalize possession of all currently illicit drugs and make possession of a controlled substance a civil penalty punishable by a $100 fine without the threat of jail time.
What you can do: Call your state legislators and tell them to reintroduce the bill
Maine legislators weigh pros and cons of legalizing limited medical use of psilocybinPublish Date: February 1, 2022
Maine Proposal Would Legalize Psilocybin Mushroom Therapy For Adults, No Medical Diagnosis Needed
Publish Date: April 29, 2021
Overview: Bill LD1582 introduced in Maine to legalize psilocybin for therapeutic use.
Maine Lawmakers File Bill To Decriminalize Possession Of All DrugsPublish Date: April 8, 2021
Overview: Bill introduced to decriminalize drug possession. It would make possession of a controlled substance a civil penalty punishable by a $100 fine without the threat of jail time
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