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Here’s what they are saying We are thrilled to announce that board member Madalyn McElwain has stepped into the Interim Executive Director role to steward the Psychedelic Bar Association through the next phase of our evolution! Madalyn has a deep understanding of the grassroots psychedelic ecosystem and a fierce commitment to justice-informed harm reduction and

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[co-author: Crystal Singh] In May, President Biden announced the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)’s proposed rule reclassifying marijuana from a Schedule I drug to a Schedule III drug under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). Schedule I classification is reserved for substances with a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical usage—such as heroin, ecstasy, and LSD—and thus on July 11, 2024 by Sonoma Sun After the review of public comments, the County of Sonoma has released a comprehensive cannabis ordinance and land use amendment covering all aspects of the cannabis business, including growing and selling it to the public. According to County documents, the proposed General Plan Amendment would redefine cannabis as “controlled”

DoubleBlind report Despite a lawsuit proving its inaccuracy, a Netflix docuseries featuring Soul Quest Ayahuasca Church of Mother Earth continues to air false information about a participant’s death. In an episode of the Netflix documentary series (Un)Well, which aired in August 2020, Christopher Young, founder of the Soul Quest Ayahuasca Church of Mother Earth, claimed he and

Stuff NZ reports Foot patrol policing has proven effective in Mataura after a cannabis growing operation and unlawful guns were found after a police officer smelt the illegal enterprise while walking past a house. Police constable Brett Dillon was on his beat through Mataura recently when he smelt a “very pungent scent of cannabis, even