Governor Jay Inslee (D) approve a Senate proposal promoting psilocybin research and a pilot program assessing it as a mental health treatment.  

The Washington Psilocybin Services Act, or SB5263, was amended several times in its passage through both chambers before arriving at the governor’s desk on April 20, where it was again modified by a partial veto that Inslee said “no longer align with the bill’s intent,” reported Marijuana Moment.

The original aim of psilocybin therapy legalization turned …

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