Voters would likely approve a measure to decriminalize psychedelic plants and fungi in the nation’s capital if organizers qualified it for the November ballot, a new poll shows.
But even getting the measure before Washington, D.C. voters may be a tall order as the coronavirus pandemic has hampered signature-gathering efforts for the proposed initiative to make psilocybin, ayahuasca, ibogaine, and other entheogens among the city’s lowest law enforcement priorities.
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