Psilocybin is being decriminalized

The Rodman Law Group Digs Deep With Enthneogenic Plant Medicine

We didn’t know that all CBD products are illegal. Bet you didn’t either. Did we grasp intricacies of investment law prior to working with The Rodman Law Group? We understood approximately nada about investment law. But now, thanks to the team of law savants at Rodman, we picked up a bit and find it fascinating. 

We find all of our work with The Rodman Law Group in Denver engaging and enlightening. The team of lawyers in the firm dives deep into cannabis, hemp, supplements and cryptocurrency law. All of these industries have at least one thing in common:  They are new. So is the always evolving law surrounding them. As a result, Team Rodman is always working on vanguards of law.

That includes entheogenic plant medicine, also known as psychedelic drugs. Denver was the first city in the nation to decriminalize psilocybin, in 2019. Since then, Santa Cruz decriminalized psilocybin, Oakland decriminalized psilocybin and peyote, and Ann Arbor decriminalized all entheogenic plants, which includes psilocybin, peyote, LSD and ayahuasca, among others. Meanwhile, Oregon petitioners gained enough signatures to place on the November ballot a measure to legalize, rather than just decriminalize, psilocybin within licensed settings for therapeutic reasons. And residents of Washington, DC also voted to place on the November ballot a measure that would, like Denver, decriminalize psilocybin.

Firm founder Dave Rodman crafted this piece for High Times, an impassioned argument for the legalization of these plants. Research shows that substances like psilocybin can be enormously therapeutic for people suffering from mental challenges — everything from PTSD to depression to anxiety.

Campfire was thrilled to assist with bringing the firm’s passion to a broad audience. We also help Rodman every month with columns in Hemp Grower magazine, as well as other cannabis and hemp-oriented publications.

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