When the voters of Oregon passed Proposal 109 In 2020, they paved the way for greater access to the therapeutic use of psilocybin mushrooms and products containing their active compounds. The ballot measure, which passed by more than 55% of the vote, authorized the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to create a program to allow licensed providers to produce and administer psilocybin-producing mushroom products to adults 21 years of age or older. .
A model of incremental drug policy reform, Proposition 109 also laid the foundation for a new industry in Oregon. OHA’s Psilocybin Services division is tasked with formulation
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