Ex-Bain consultant who opposed legalization named top marijuana regulator
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California Could Legalize Magic Mushrooms in 2018
It is distinctly possible that California voters could be the first in the nation to decide whether psychedelic mushrooms should be made legal in a manner similar to alcohol and marijuana.
Earlier last week, paperwork was filed with the state attorney general’s office asking to put the question of legal psilocybin (otherwise known as magic mushrooms) on the ballot in the 2018 election. The proposal, which was submitted by veteran cannabis advocate Kevin Saunders, would legalize the hallucinogen for adults 21 and over all across the Golden State.
“This initiative exempts adults, 21 and over, from criminal penalties and decriminalizes adult use of psilocybin,” the initiative reads. The would-be law modification also “exempts adults, 21 and over, from California health and safety codes which otherwise prohibit possession, sale, transport and cultivation of psilocybin.”
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U.S. Border Patrol in Maine Says Legalization Won’t Stop Marijuana Seizures
The top U.S. Border Patrol agent in Maine recently reminded folks that its officers have no intention of allowing weed to enter through Maine’s 600-mile border with Canada. I
n an effort to enforce that, he warmed that legal pot smokers had best stay away from the border, regardless of the fact that cannabis is now legal in Maine.
A high-ranking officer in the Border Patrol, Chief Daniel Hiebert, told the Portland Press Herald that his agents are not actively looking for marijuana, but if they find it, they will confiscate and make arrests, in keeping with his agents’ obligation to enforce federal law.
What Officer Hiebert seemed to be telling Maine residents who legally possess marijuana is that they should stay away from the border.
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