After a positive start of Virginia's 2023 state congressional session, one of the two projects seeking to legalize psychedelics in Virginia received a negative vote from a key House panel on Wednesday, January 18.

Introduced on Jan. 4 by Del. Dawn Adams (D) to the Virginia General Assembly, the bill calling for the lawful medical use of psilocybin for serious mental health conditions is unlikely to pass after the Republican-led House Courts of Justice subcommittee laid the bill on the table with a 5-2 vote. 

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