Proposed California Law Would Legalize Magic Mushrooms, MDMA, LSD, And
Other Psychedelic Drugs

A proposal that would allow the possession, cultivation, use, and “sharing” of most psychedelic drugs in California was formally introduced in the state 

Legislature on Thursday.

SB 519, sponsored by state Sen. Scott Wiener, who represents  San Francisco in the state Senate, would permit the personal possession and “social sharing” of psilocybin mushrooms, LSD, ketamine, MDMA, mescaline, and ibogaine.

It’s also a deliberate step towards ending the drug war and eliminating criminal penalties for possessing any drugs in the state, the legislation’s sponsor said.

Wiener’s bill is modeled in part after two successful voter-approved 
ballot measures in Oregon that legalized mushroom-assisted therapy and decriminalized  personal possession of all drugs—including so-called “hard drugs” 
like heroin.

In addition to allowing Californians to produce and use certain psychedelic drugs, SB 519 officially recognizes these drugs’ medical application.

Recent research and an increasing number of anecdotes suggest 
that psilocybin, MDMA, and other psychedelic drugs have potential 
in treating intractable mental-health conditions, including depression, 
PTSD, and end-of-life anxiety.

Wiener’s proposal follows several successful decriminalization efforts at the city level in California. City Councils in both Oakland, across
the bay from San Francisco, and Santa Cruz, a university and surf town  about two hours to the south, have passed resolutions asking police to stop arresting people for possessing certain psychedelics.
Wiener’s law goes further. SB 519 would amend the state criminal code

 to specifically permit both the cultivation and distribution of certain psychedelics—though it does not permit sales.

The bill allows “social sharing” of mushrooms, LSD, ibogaine, and DMT“Social sharing” 

is defined as the “giving away” or “consensual administering… not for financial gain.”The

 bill also declares that the “planting, cultivating, harvesting, or processing of plants” that produce certain psychedelics “shall not be

 a violation of local law.”It’s unclear what hope Wiener’s proposal has politically. 

Though California was the first state to allow the medical use of cannabis,four states legalized adult-use marijuana before the Golden State—and 

all this was accomplished via voter initiatives, not elected lawmakers.

Across the country, most drug-policy reform initiatives have become 

law via ballot initiative rather than the lawmaking process. The law deliberate omits peyote, a substance found in certain cacti  and sacred in several indigenous religious traditions, from

 decriminalization. Federally recognized Native tribes already have limited permission to use peyote; the belief is that omitting peyote will discourage non-Native people from exhausting  already depleted cactus patches where peyote can be found. Wiener’s bill is not yet scheduled for a hearing.

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