Following the last update, here’s a quick recap on the state-level psychedelics bills around the country, as of May 23: 

Minnesota: HF1884, finally included in large-scale omnibus health bill HF 2930 in an amended version that creates a task force to address state law reform toward legalizing and regulating psychedelics medicine (namely psilocybin, MDMA and LSD) was sent to Gov. Tim Walz (D)’s desk after passing a bicameral conference on May 22, reported Marijuana Moment.

The new 23-member council would need to first survey existing scientific studies on psychedelics’ therapeutic efficacy as mental health conditions treatment and provide two reports starting Feb. 2024 then later develop a plan toward regulatory changes for making psychedelic medicine legal.

The state would …

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