Oakland decriminalizes ‘magic mushrooms’ (copy)

A man bags psilocybin mushrooms in Los Angeles in this May 24, 2019, photo. The Oregon Health Authority released its first set of rules Friday for the state’s therapeutic psilocybin program.

The Oregon Health Authority released rules Friday governing products, testing and training programs for Oregon’s therapeutic psilocybin program, which begins next year.

Oregon Psilocybin Services, a new OHA division, released a draft of these rules in February. That draft was followed by a public comment period.

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