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      Michigan

      Status : Deprioritized locally

      Legal Status: Deprioritized locally

      Deprioritized in Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Washtenaw County only. Illegal elsewhere in the state.


      Current/Upcoming Legislation

      Michigan Decriminalization of Psilocybin Mushrooms and Other Plants and Fungi Initiative

      Overview: If accepted, would decriminalize possession of Schedule 1 and 2 substances, and make psilocybin, psilocin, and other psychedelics legal for anyone over 18 years old to cultivate, possess, use, or gift.
      Status: Petition needs 340,047 valid signatures by June 1, 2022 for initiative to appear on the 2022 ballot.

      Detroit City Council Proposal E: Entheogenic Plants

      Overview: City ordinance decriminalizing “the personal possession and therapeutic use of Entheogenic Plants by adults and make the personal possession and therapeutic use of Entheogenic Plants by adults the city’s lowest law-enforcement priority.”
      Status: Voters accepted the proposal on November 2, 2021

      Michigan S.S.B. 0631

      Overview: Legislation would amend state law to decriminalize the manufacture, creation, delivery, and possession of an “entheogenic plant or fungus,” including any natural material containing DMT, ibogaine, mescaline, and psilocybin. Commercial sales would be prohibited, however the bill would permit exchange of “a reasonable fee for counseling, spiritual guidance, or a related service that is provided in conjunction with the use of an entheogenic plant or fungus under the guidance and supervision of an individual providing the service.”
      Status: Introduced to the State Senate and referred to the Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety on September 2, 2021

      Ann Arbor City Council Resolution 20-1389: Resolution Decriminalizing Entheogenic Plants

      Overview: Resolves that “the investigation and arrest of persons for planting, cultivating, purchasing, transporting, distributing, engaging in practices with, or possessing Entheogenic Plants or plant compounds which are on the Federal Schedule 1 list shall be the lowest law enforcement priority,” that “city funds or resources shall not be used in any investigation, detention, arrest, or prosecution arising out of alleged violations of state and federal law regarding the use of Entheogenic Plants,” and that the District Attorney should “cease prosecution of persons involved in the use of Entheogenic Plants or plant-based compounds.”

      Status: Approved/Passed September 21, 2020


      Recent News

      Grand Rapids stopping short of decriminalizing psychedelic mushrooms, plants

      Publish Date: September 28, 2021
      Overview: Grand Rapids City Commission gave initial approval to a resolution supporting the ongoing low prioritization of local law enforcement efforts against those using or possessing psychoactive plants and fungi but does not outline support or law enforcement deprioritization for those who plant, cultivate, purchase, transport or distribute entheogens.

      Michigan Lawmaker Introduces Psychedelics Decriminalization Bill

      Publish Date: September 13, 2021
      Overview: Discusses Michigan State Senate Bill 0631 (2021) to decriminalize psychedelics.

      Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office, Policy 2021-06: Policy Regarding Entheogenic Plants

      Publish Date: January 12, 2021

      Overview: “The Washtenaw County Prosecuting Attorney agrees with and supports the City Council resolution. Accordingly, it is the policy of the Prosecutor’s Office not to prosecute entheogenic plant use, growth, and possession across Washtenaw County.”


      Advocacy Groups

      Decriminalize Nature Michigan - We are members of the community working to decriminalize entheogenic plants, restore our root connection to nature, and improve human health and well-being.

      Michigan Psychedelic Society - Michigan Board of State Canvassers has approved ballot language for Michigan Initiative for Community Healing (MICH). MICH is a partnership with Decriminalize Nature, Decriminalize Nature Michigan, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, and people for Healthy Choices. They are hitting the streets, festivals and other events to gather signatures.


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