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 I don’t want to be a guinea pig again

According to Oregon.gov, Measure 109, which legalized psilocybin for medical uses in the state of Oregon, was rejected by Josephine County voters in the November 2020 election 26,225 to 22,615, despite passing statewide.

This fall, psilocybin may get a rematch in Josephine County, as the Oregon Health Authority is allowing individual counties to opt out of permitting the manufacture and administration of the psychedelic substance when OHA begins implementing . . .

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