Overview: This bill doesn’t seek to amend state drug statute by legalizing psilocybin; rather, it provides affirmative defenses against criminal prosecution for patients who possess up to four grams of the psychedelic, as well as doctors, caregivers and professionals who provide psilocybin services.
Status: Introduced on 1/18/2023
What you can do: Call your Missouri State Representative on the Health and Mental Health Policy Committee and tell them to advance the bill.
Publish Date: January 18, 2023
Overview: A Missouri state lawmaker this week introduced a bill to legalize the therapeutic use of psilocybin, the primary psychoactive compound in magic mushrooms, for people with serious mental health conditions. The legislation, HB 869, was filed on Wednesday by Republican state Rep. Tony Lovasco
Overview: Rep. Michael Davis filed legislation to give residents with serious illnesses legal access to psilocybin and other psychedelics. Bill would align Missouri statute with federal “right-to-try” law (passed by Congress and signed by President Trump in 2018).
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