The Biggest Psychedelic News Stories of the Week – May 19

In the world of health and medicine, the news seems to get weirder by the day. A case in point is the recent development in North Carolina, where a House committee approved a bill creating a $5 million grant program to research the therapeutic potential of psilocybin and MDMA. Meanwhile, a federal agency announced a whopping $1.5 million in funding to research psychedelics as a treatment for drug addiction. And in Phoenix (everywhere), the psychedelic church has won some major court victories in its quest for legal status. But perhaps the most disturbing news is that a dispensary in Los Angeles is now openly selling “magic mushrooms” as the state considers decriminalization. Everyone, please be careful. It’s getting psychedelic here.

North Carolina House Committee Pushes Bill to Support Adjuvant Psychedelic Therapy

North Carolina House Committees Approve Bill to Create a $5M Grant Program to Support Research into the Therapeutic Potential of Psilocybin and MDMA and Create a Breakthrough Therapeutics Research Advisory Board to Oversee the Project bottom.

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