Illegal under Vermont Health Statute (18 VSA § 4235)Possession can lead to a sentence of up to one year in prison or $2000 in fines
Overview: Bill would decriminalize compounds found in plants and fungi that are used for medicinal, spiritual, religious, or entheogenic purposes, including psilocybin, psilocin, mescaline, peyote, DMT, and ibogaine.
Status: Referred to Vermont House Judiciary Committee
What you can do: Call your state legislators and tell them to support the bill
Overview: As a January 2020 bill to decriminalize certain hallucinogenic drugs in Vermont currently sits in committee, a grassroots petition was recently started to "legalize psychedelics for mental health in Vermont."
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