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Psilocybin, sales tax officially on ballot

After a total of six public hearings resulting in hours of public feedback and heated discussion, three ordinances concerning psilocybin manufacturing, psilocybin service centers and a seasonal sales tax to support law enforcement, respectively, have been adopted by Josephine County and were formally referred to the voters by way of ballot measures Wednesday, Aug. 17.Board Vice Chair Darin Fowler called the referrals as “a last hurdle” in the process of getting the long . . .

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