Colorado voters will face the decision of either supporting or rejecting a psychedelics legalization project in this November’s ballot vote. In the meantime, several cities are making progress towards a more modest goal: decriminalization. Last week, it was Aspen’s turn

The city’s initiative, titled “Right To Heal,” champions the local decriminalization of “plant medicines” including psilocybin, psilocin, ayahuasca, ibogaine, DMT and mescaline that perform a therapeutic function, for people 21 and over.

In order to qualify for March 2023’s ballot in Aspen, the initiative must gather at least 925 signatures from registered voters …

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