Deprioritized in Seattle only. Illegal elsewhere at the state level.
S.B. 5476: Simple possession re-classified in 2021 as a misdemeanor (down from felony). Penalty for the first two offenses is drug treatment court rather than criminal charges.
S.B. 5660 - Psilocybin Wellness and Opportunity Act
Overview: Bill would allow individuals to consume products containing psilocybin and psilocin, the two main active ingredients in psychedelic mushrooms, under the support of a trained and state-licensed psilocybin service administrator. Effectively decriminalizes at the state level.
Status: Introduced to State Senate Committee on Health & Long Term Care at the February 2 hearing
Initiative 1886 - Concerns authorizing and regulating the manufacture, sale, and use of psilocybin.
What you can do: Call your state senator and tell them you support the bill. If they are on the Health & Long Term Care committee, even better! You can also call your State Representative and urge them to support the bill when it comes to the House.
Publish Date: May 6, 2022
Overview: A Seattle therapist recently filed a proposal for an initiative that would authorize and regulate the manufacture, sale, and use of psilocybin in Washington State.
Publish Date: January 6, 2022
Overview: Provides details on S.B. 5660, The Psilocybin Wellness and Opportunity Act, which has been proposed by the State Senate. If passed, the bill would decriminalize psilocybin at the state level.
Publish Date: October 4, 2021
Overview: Seattle City Council deprioritized cultivation and sharing of psilocybin and other psychedelic substances.
Overview: PMAW is working to decriminalize and ensure safe and equitable access to psychedelics like psilocybin, mescaline and ayahuasca, for human health and wellness.
How you can get involved: https://pmaw.org/join-us/
Overview: Expand public understanding and appreciation of natural plant and fungi medicines (entheogens). We support the therapeutic, spiritual, and medical right to heal ourselves with entheogens and join together to decriminalize, de-stigmatize, and honor their use.
How you can get involved: https://entheosocietywa.org/about/mission/
Overview: The ADAPT Political Action Committee was established for the purpose of supporting the Psilocybin Services Act for Washington ballot initiative, which would establish safe, accessible, and legal access to psilocybin-assisted counseling under Washington state law.
How you can get involved: https://adapt-wa.org/join-us/
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