We are a Public Policy DAO working to Restore American’s Right to Heal with Natural Medicine.
Why Should We Legalize
Today in the United States there is a mental health epidemic amongst our veterans of the armed services and American citizens. It is our duty to provide our veterans and our citizens with the highest quality of healthcare possible.
Clinically published research conducted by John Hopkins University, Yale, UC-Berkeley, The Ohio State University, Imperial College London and Bristol University demonstrates the transformational healing power of psychedelic medicine.
We are working to develop a bill to legalize and regulate access to psychedelic medicines by rescheduling psychedelics so they can be administered by spiritual organizations, healing centers and clinicians.
We the People of the United States of America should act to legalize access to psychedelic medicine for American citizens suffering from PTSD, Sexual Assault, Depression, Anxiety and associated clinical mental health disorders. For these illnesses, we aim to legalize, reschedule, regulate and tax the following psychedelic medicines: Psilocybin, Lysergic acid diethylamide, N,N-Dimethyltryptamine, 5-MeO-DMT, Ayahuasca, San Pedro, Ibogaine, and 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine.
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What is a Social Welfare DAO?
A Social Welfare DAO is a combination of a 501c(4) organization and a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO). A 501(c)(4) organization is a non-profit social welfare organization that is primarily engaged in promoting the common good and general welfare of the community and is allowed to engage in a limited amount of political activity. We are pioneering political activity by combining a 501c(4) and a DAO.
House Approves Marijuana And Psychedelics Amendments As Part Of Must-Pass Defense Bill - Marijuana Moment
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a bipartisan pair of psychedelics research amendments, as well as another measure requiring a military study into marijuana-related enforcement discrimination in the armed services. The day after nine drug policy amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) were made in order for floor consideration by the [...]
Biden Administration Considers Psychedelic Therapies Task Force - Lucid News
Advocates for the initiative, including two retired generals, say that the proposed inter-agency federal task force would support a thoughtful and coordinated introduction of psychedelic medicine services nationwide.
'Magic mushrooms' would be decriminalized in California under new bill
The possession and personal use of certain psychedelic drugs such as "magic mushrooms" and ayahuasca would be decriminalized in California under a bill introduced Monday backed by mental health professionals and veterans groups.
How Colorado's radical decriminalization could shape the future of legal psychedelics
Last month, voters in Colorado passed Proposition 122 - the broadest drug decriminalization measure ever approved in the United States. The Natural Medicine Health Act defined certain psychoactive compounds derived from plants and fungi as "natural medicine."
Connecticut Governor Signs Bill Creating Psychedelic Treatment Program - Marijuana Moment
The governor of Connecticut has signed a large-scale budget bill that includes provisions to set the state up to provide certain patients with access to psychedelic-assisted treatment using substances like MDMA and psilocybin. Gov. Ned Lamont (D) announced on Monday that he'd signed the measure into law, without specifically commenting on the psychedelics components.
Breaking News: Kentucky Commits $42 Million for Psychedelic Research
Attorney General for the US State of Kentucky, Daniel Cameron, announced that Kentucky will allocate $42 million for psychedelic research, specifically ibogaine for opioid addiction.
Biden Administration Plans for Legal Psychedelic Therapies Within Two Years
As twin mental health and drug misuse crises kill thousands of people per week, the potential of psychedelic-assisted therapies "must be explored," urges a federal letter on behalf of the U.S. health secretary and shared with The Intercept.
Active Policy Reform We Support
Colorado Natural Medicine Health Act (passed)
Texas HB 1802 (passed)
Connecticut HB 5396 (passed)
California SB 519 (paused indefinitely)
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