Magic Mushrooms in The Garden State? A Look Into the Proposed Psilocybin Legal Landscape in New Jersey

New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)


This article in the New Jersey Law Journal, co-authored by Lisa Gora and Wilentz associate Natalie Moszczynski, discusses the recent updates in state legislatures regarding Psilocybin, a naturally occurring psychedelic, and how its' legalization would impact decriminalization, de-prioritization, and scientific and medical research. 

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