MEDFORD, Ore.– In a surprise decision, the City of Medford is now considering legalizing psilocybin. This comes after last week’s city council meeting, where only a temporary or permanent ban were considered. Now, the city council has scheduled a study ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Jackson County Commissioners officially voted to put psilocybin on the November ballot Wednesday morning. Measure 109, which allows for manufacturing and therapeutic use of the drug, was passed by voters statewide in 2020. 56% of Jackson County voters ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Along with Grants Pass, the Medford and Ashland City Councils voted on whether to opt into Measure 109 this week. The measure allows for the manufacturing and therapeutic use of psilocybin, a psychedelic drug produced by fungi. The ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore.– Wednesday, the Grants Pass City Council voted to allow the therapeutic use of psilocybin. The city councilors voted five to three to allow the manufacture and sale of its products within the city of Grants Pass. Grants ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Tuesday night, the Ashland city council voted “no” on a proposed two-year ban that would keep the therapeutic use of psilocybin out of city limits. The city councilors agreed unanimously to allow the manufacture and sale of ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore.– A local group backing legal psilocybin use in Jackson County is working to inform people about what they say are the benefits of the drug. The initiative wants to see psilocybin approved by cities and counties across ...

JOSEPHINE COUNTY, Ore.– Josephine County Commissioners discussed whether psilocybin will be legal to produce and distribute in the county. Measure 109 was passed by Oregon voters in 2020, but Josephine County voters narrowly opposed it. The bill allows for counties ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore.– Supporters of Measure 109 are holding an informational summit on psilocybin outside of Ashland next week. This comes after county commissioners decided to put psilocybin on the ballot in November. The November vote will only apply to ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore.– Jackson County voters will decide this fall whether psilocybin-related businesses will be allowed in the county. Commissioners voted to let voters decide the matter earlier this week. Therapeutic use of the drug in Oregon was approved in ...

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