Illegal under Utah Code Ann. § 58-37-4
Possessing psilocybin mushrooms in Utah can cost you up to 10 years in prison or $5000. Utah Code Ann. § 58-37-8 details these penalties and their aggravating factors.
HB0167: Mental Illness Psychotherapy Drug Task Force
Overview: This bill would not legalize or decriminalize any psychedelic compounds for medical or recreational use but would position state lawmakers to be able to thoughtfully reconsider the role of certain scheduled compounds in mental health treatment. The proposed legislation would require the task force to provide a written report of their findings to the Utah State Legislature’s Health and Human Services Interim Committee by October 31, 2022. The task force’s recommendations may pave the way for future legalization efforts.
Status: Draft of enrolled bill submitted, waiting for final passage
What you can do: Call your state legislators and thank them for supporting the bill
Should Utah legalize 'magic mushrooms'? Bill would create psychedelic task forcePublish Date: January 17, 2022
Overview: A Utah lawmaker wants the state to consider legalizing psychedelic drugs — sometimes referred to as "magic mushrooms" — for those with certain mental health issues.
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