The psychedelics reform wave has arrived in Illinois, specifically Evanston where councilmember Devon Reid intends to advance a local decriminalization measure in an upcoming December 2022 committee meeting, reported Marijuana Moment.

Reid’s bill recycles language from a broader drug decriminalization measure he sponsored and which includes deprioritization provisions of other U.S. psychedelics proposals. As such, under the new measure possession, cultivation and delivery of entheogenic substances would not equate with jail time but rather a small fine, which could eventually be pardoned for those who agree to get involved in a drug treatment program or public service.

The new proposal states that investigating or arresting anyone engaged in …

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