The Hazel Park city council, the third Michigan city to approve a psychedelics decriminalization bill, is now reaffirming that decision by declaring September 'Entheogenic Plant and Fungi Awareness Month' to raise awareness on these substances. 

The new resolution was sponsored by the original decriminalization bill authored by council member Luke Londo and unanimously approval on September 14, states that entheogenic plants and fungi have been shown effective treatments for various mental health disorders. It also notes that it received FDA status as a “breakthrough therapy.” It is also being ingested for “reasons of personal and spiritual growth.”

As of the passed measure, “the City of Hazel Park does hereby …

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